Dani Barber, pictured holding one of the Lab puppies to be auctioned Feb. 16, along with a treasure tove of other items, has helped organize the “Bids for Buckman” event, along with her husband, Austin. HERALD PHOTO/Matt Roberts
EVANSTON — The “Bids for Buckman” dinner and auction — to benefit Donovan and Kelly Klements Buckman — is set for Saturday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. at the historic Roundhouse, will boast a substantial number of auction items available to those in attendance.
“We probably have 75 silent auction items,” Marian McLean, who is helping organize the event, told the Herald. The items range from Utah Jazz tickets to a photo shoot to a pair of adorable puppies.
“There are tons and tons of stuff,” McLean said. “People have been so generous.”
A partial listing of items up for auction includes:
• Utah Jazz tickets for March 27 vs. the Phoenix Suns
• Fishing trip for two to Piedmont Reservoir
• Two bedroom condo stay and dinner at the Gun Barrel Steak House, Jackson Hole
• Two yellow Lab puppies – Duke and Clover
• Camping cooler full of supplies
• Six-foot Subway sub
• Fall pheasant hunt at Groll Bird Ranch, Randolph, Utah
• Boudoir photo shoot at a luxury Park City home with Dani Barber Photography
• Snowmobile trip in the Uintas (two machines)
• Ski jacket and two lift passes at Deer Valley
• Wendover getaway with room and buffet for two
• Colorado Rockies tickets for May 4 vs. Tampa Bay
• Three-foot metal Wyoming Cowboy bucking bronc
• Summer package with rodeo series, county fair tickets and more
• Remodeler’s dream – bathroom toilet, sink and faucet, valued at over $500
• Wooden rocking horse, kid’s cowboy hat, four rodeo tickets and autographed Tuff Hedeman ball cap
• Much more
The dinner is set to start at 7 p.m., with a cash bar and activities for the kids, and an auction to follow at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person, or $35 for a family of up to six. Tickets are available at Ludd’s Mudd, Kallas Automotive, The Painted Lady and at the Catholic church by calling (307) 789-7729.
Monetary donations can be made at 1st Bank, under the name “Klements-Buckman Benefit.”