Bid on Sounds of Summer auctions, raffles

Published 9:41 am Wednesday, June 1, 2022

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There are still tickets available for Sounds of Summer in Hawaii. Visit the Davie Community Foundation website at and purchase tickets online or call 336-753-6903 and reserve tickets for pick up at the event.

Can’t attend Sounds of Summer in Hawaii but still want to support the Foundation event? Go online and purchase a raffle ticket. Only 24 of the 100 tickets available are left in the office. The drawing will be held at 9 p.m. on June 4 for the three cash prizes: $2,500, $1,500, $1,000.

Bidding at the Moanalua Shops is open. Visit All items are pictured. They are organized into categories: Sounds of Summer Hawaii Collection, Home & Garden, For the Ladies, Sports & Recreation, Travel & Leisure, and Wine & Foods.

“You will find a great variety of interesting items to choose from in every category,” said Jane Simpson, foundation president.

The Moanalua Shops feature items such as a limited-edition brass cash register, a piano tuning, orthodontic certificates, a quilt, work by local artists, home accessories, jewelry, massages, golf at six courses, golf lessons for children and adults, whitewater rafting, memberships to Rise, gift cards to shops and restaurants, show tickets and trips. You can enjoy time in the mountains, a week in North Myrtle Beach or a week at Fripp Island, S.C. There is a variety of wines and sought-after bourbons.

Live auction items are only available for bids from event attendees. “This year’s features may make you want to buy a ticket.”

Three bourbons will be auctioned separately: Elmer T. Lee Single Barrel, Sour Mash; Weller – Full Proof, Blue Label; and Old Fitzgerald – 9 Year – Bottled in Bond.

Also at auction will be a one-week stay at Lake Hickory with $1,000 in boat rental.

A romantic getaway weekend includes a two-night stay at Pettigru Place Bed & Breakfast in Greenville, S.C. The package includes cocktails at “Up on the Roof” and dinner at “Soby’s”.

The last item for auction will be a Duke basketball autographed by Coach K. The autograph is certified, and it will be the foundation’s last Coach K basketball.

“We are extremely thankful for all of the businesses, volunteers, and staff who have worked very hard to make Sounds of Summer in Hawaii an amazing evening. We hope to see you there,” Simpson said.