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The annual Cancer Bake Auction begins April 15 and continues each weekday afternoon through April 9 at McKenzie church of Christ, 16300 Highland Drive, McKenzie. It can be heard on radio stations …
The annual Cancer Bake Auction begins April 15 and continues each weekday afternoon through April 9 at McKenzie church of Christ, 16300 Highland Drive, McKenzie. It can be heard on radio stations 1440 AM and 98.9 FM. Phone numbers are 731-418-2785, 731-418-2786 and 731-418-2788. Participants can drop off items at 7:30 a.m., auction begins at 1 p.m.
The following are the participants on each of the days.
Monday, April 15 — McKenzie church of Christ, Overflow Church, Dairy Queen, Smith and Smith Optometry, McKenzie Elementary School, Rejuvenate MedSpa and Salon, The Venue at Waddell Place, The Shack, Lakeside Senior Living, Allegion, Chick-fil-A at Bethel University, McKenzie Fire and Rescue, Thred’s Ink, Bethel Bookstore, Christian Family Medicine, Belles on Broadway, McKenzie Banking Company, Tolbert Plumbing and Electric, McKenzie Antique Mall, McKenzie City Florist and More, Cloud 9 Boutique, Sarge’s Chow Hall, Williams Furniture, and Sherrye’s Jewelry.
Tuesday, April 16 — McKenzie Beta Club members will answer the phones and serve as runners at the event. They will earn community service hours for their volunteer service. Parents are encouraged to buy goodies on that day. Put your name, child’s name, what the item is, what sport they play or band or favorite hobby.
Wednesday, April 17 — First Baptist Church (McKenzie), First Baptist Church Child Development Center, Mallard’s, Block City Pizza, Rich Family, Sonic, El Vallarta, McKenzie High School, Spivey Eye Clinic, Beating Hearts Help Center, Save-A-Lot, Bobby Gee’s Diner, Tennessee National Guard, Nicky Joe Stafford Real Estate, Tim McBride, E.W. James and Sons Supermarket, Prater’s Taters, Ginger Baby Cakery, My Sister’s Closet, Friendly Church of God in Christ, Carroll County Civic Center, Power Supply, Wright’s CPA Firm, Maggie Moo’s, Rachel Cooper’s Scentsy, and Sherrye’s Jewelry.
Thursday, April 18 — First United Methodist Church (McKenzie), Charter-Spectrum, Arnold’s Hardware and Carpet, Brummitt-McKenzie Funeral Home, Williams Furniture, McKenzie Post Office, Huntingdon Pizza, First Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Carroll Bank & Trust, McKenzie Banner, Phipps Pharmacy, McKenzie Memorial Library, Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center, A Place Called Home, Heartworks, Chandler Music Company, Bella Barns of West Tennessee, First United Methodist Church-Huntingdon, Bank of Gleason, New Prospect Church, R and R Farms, and Sherrye’s Jewelry.
Friday, April 19 — Long Heights Baptist Church, Long Heights Pre-school Ministry, First Baptist Church-Huntingdon, Maria’s Mexican Restaurant, Huntingdon Health and Rehab Center, Subway, Granges, Domino’s Pizza (McKenzie), Blooming Grove United Methodist Church (McKenzie), Old West Steakhouse, Northwest Tennessee Head Start, First Baptist Church-Bruceton, Donald K. Drewry CPA, Lizz Gonzalez 31, Grace Baptist Church, Super Drugs, Brandon Trull — Trull Family Pharmacy, Carroll County Carl Perkins’ Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse, McKenzie Park Theatre, Arthur Kapeller’s Taekwondo MMA, D and D Service Center and Wrecker Service, Enon Missionary Baptist Church, McKenzie City Hall, Jess Martin Jewelry, Will McBride’s Lawn Care Service, and Sherrye’s Jewelry.