Scholarship Benefit Auction

Eric Cremers

This two-day auction will be held February 24 and 25, starting at 8:00 a.m. both days. Proceeds from this auction will be used by the Oregon Logging Conference Foundation, a charitable 501(c)3 organization, to provide scholarships. These scholarships help deserving students with the expenses related to pursuing a logging related career, as they gain experience to become the next generation workforce. Since 1968 the Foundation has awarded over $925,000 in scholarships.

Here are some of the items you can expect to see in the Thursday, February 24th auction:

  • $1,000 gift card toward purchase of pickup tires (donated by Superior Tire)
  • Stihl MS 362 Power Chainsaw (donated by First Strike Environmental)
  • Spill kit (donated by First Strike Environmental)
  • Two Polished Aluminum Wheels 11R24.5 (donated by Peterson Trucks)
  • Tire Pressure System (donated by Air CTI)
  • Wood Carving by Nick Myers (donated by Nick Myers)
  • One Unit ie. Radiator, or Charge Air Cooler, or Oil Cooler up to $3,500 by Radiator Supply House (donated by Radiator Supply House)
  • Here are some of the items you can expect to see in the Friday, February 25th auction:
  • Wood carving (donated by Chainsaw Buzz, Jay Peppard)
  • Husqvarna 372 XP chainsaw with 32-inch Cannon bar (donated by Pacific Tractor & Equipment)
  • Wood Carving by Wayne Lyon (donated by Wayne Lyon)
  • Legacy Truck Seat (donated by Papé Kenworth)
  • RSH Famous “Meet the Celebrity” Package, donated by Radiator Supply House
  • Beautiful Original Painting by Claudia Lima (donated by Claudia Lima)
  • $1,000 gift card toward purchase of tires (donated by O & M Point S Tire Center)

Donations of merchandise or monetary contributions are gladly accepted. All auction donations and purchases are tax deductible (tax ID # 45-5045072). A complete list of auction items is available on the Oregon Logging Conference website, and more information is also available by calling the Oregon Logging Conference Foundation office at (541) 686-9191.

The Oregon Logging Conference Foundation appreciates the continued support from many businesses and individuals. Together, we are engaging the next generation of industry workers and leaders. 

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