By Shannon McFarlin News Director
Paris, Tenn.–The record-breaking year continues for the Henry County Helping Hand Radio Auction, which has now reached $151,835 raised so far this year.
Today was a big day at Helping Hand, with the Cottage Grove and Center communities and Interrail Signal raising a whopping $20,004. A total of 13 slates of good homemade items were on the auction block today, plus a sizeable donation from an anonymous donor.
Auctioneer was Jamie Orr, with members of the Kiwanis manning the phones.
Wednesday, January 25, is a bank day, with donations coming from Commercial Bank, Carroll Bank & Trust, Foundation Bank, Regions Bank and First Bank. On Thursday, items will be donated by Harrelson Beta Club, the Puryear community, Nothwest Nutrition and the Office on Aging.
On Friday, items will be donated by the Clifty community, Rescue Squad, Relay for Life, Henry County CASA. And Saturday will be Whitlock community day.