Mark Charles Smith, 42, of Wilkes-Barre, passed away on Tuesday, September 15, 2020, at Wilkes-Barre General Hospital. Make your mark and see where it takes you shirt
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Born in Danville on September 7, 1978, he was the Make your mark and see where it takes you shirt son of Grace Adams Mack and the deceased David Smith.
From an early age, Mark liked everything related to trains. He also loves his car, rock music and cats.
In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Erica Hontz; scabies, Robert Mack; brother, Paul Smith; aunt, Elaine Palacios; the granddaughters, Kaylie Marie, Charlotte and Genevieve; some cousins and many friends.
The Rotarians hit the $ 100,000 mark and entered the Make your mark and see where it takes you shirt final two auction nights
This year’s focus is continuing to maintain the tradition of auctioning and donating as much money as possible to the Rotary Scholarship program at Hopkinsville Community College
The 2020 version of the Hopkinsville spin auction probably won’t go down with is the Make your mark and see where it takes you shirt person who sets the record for the amount raised. But it can be remembered years from now as a small auction can – even against some major challenges.
This year’s Hopkinsville Rotary Auction setting is slightly different in the Make your mark and see where it takes you shirt Memorial Building because of the coronavirus pandemic. The circular auction table has given way to a linear arrangement in order to maintain more distance between auctioneers and people must wear masks unless speaking into the microphone. (Photo by Hopkinsville Rotary Club.)
On Thursday, the Rotarians raised $ 102,252 late Wednesday night of the auction, president Scott Cowan reported. That includes $ 7,180 from 96 items sold on Thursday and $ 17,574 in Club Hour donations.
This year, because of the coronavirus pandemic, the auction is a smaller version of the club’s traditional fundraising activity – and that makes it difficult to reach last year’s totals as the club the set beats its $ 300,000 target and ends with $ 330,000. There is no official target for this year. Cowan told Hoptown Chronicle the focus is more on keeping the tradition going and raising as much money as possible for the Rotary Scholars program at Hopkinsville Community College.
Two nights still. The auction will take place from 6 am to 10 pm. Friday and from 6 pm until the last item goes on sale on Saturday.
This year there is no live audience at the Memorial Building. Only the Rotarians and volunteers who help run the auction can enter the building. Anyone who wants to follow can listen to the auction on WHOP or watch the live stream live. It is also available on Spectrum 376 channel.