April Auction for From the Trenches

The winners are:

Sharper Image Dashboard Camera – Bobcat Bob $30
1938 Abbot’s Ready Reference Illustrated Self-Pronouncing Dictionary – Norm $10
1925 Websters Elementary-School Dictionary – Ken Paulson $15
From the Trenches Coffee Cup – Norm $30
From the Trenches T-Shirt – Norm $20
National Suicide: Military Aid to the Soviet Union – Hal Apeeno $10
Airsoft 357 Revolver 1:1 ratio – Ken Paulson $30

Thank you to all who participated, you are appreciated. 

Mary, Galen, and Norm are sponsoring an auction to raise funds for From the Trenches World Report.

This way, the Trenchers will get what they want and the Trenches will be supported.

All auctions will end on Friday, April 30th at noon, Pacific Time.

The winning bidder can either donate via PayPal or mail the donation to Henry Shivley, P.O. Box 964, Chiloquin, Oregon 97624.

Make sure you include your current mailing address so that the prizes can go out as soon as possible.

Thank you to Mary, Galen, and Norm for the donations and to all who participate.

Good luck and have fun!

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12 thoughts on “April Auction for From the Trenches

  1. Way to go you guys for stepping up to the plate, awesome.. Believe it or not, your helping to save lives. The Trenches family is like no other..

      1. Yes you have Mary, many years, myself I find it very gratifying, Norm and Galen as well. Cant say thanks enough, hopefully, we can continue…

  2. Beyond being an explosive, here are some dictionary definitions of dynamite:
    Noun, figuratively: something that has the potential to generate extreme reactions, something extremely impressive or exciting. Informally: a narcotic.
    Origin: mid 1800’s, from the Greek, dunamis, “power.”

    Got to thinkin’… Freedom, like dynamite, is powerful and addictive. And it only takes a bit of willingness to ignite it:



  3. @ Bobcat Bob…your prize has been mailed!
    Congratulations to all winners and thank you to all who participated

      1. Hey, not sure what you mean by “paid today,” but glad it got there safely. I love dictionaries!! But they are very addictive. 🙂


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