Bring the entire family out for an evening of fun and food at the Annual Amish Auction on Friday, October 11, 2013 beginning at 4 p.m. The event is held at the Middlefield Market Pavilion, 15848 Nauvoo Road in Middlefield (44062).
Being auctioned off again this year are two-car 24 x 24 garages built to your specifications on your site, horses, quilts, furniture, crafts, flowers and vegetables.
Burgers and fries, pie and ice cream are some of the delicious food items available to eat.
Proceeds will benefit DDC Clinic ~ Center for Special Needs Children on Route 528 in Middlefield, a primary care and research facility for special needs children with rare genetic disorders. “The development of this clinic is so vital, not only for children in our immediate region who suffer from treatable disorders, but for future generations of children all over the world,” Gordon Safran stated. Gordon is the owner of The Red Maple Inn, located in Burton, and a Director of DDC Clinic.
DDC Clinic has diagnosed over seventy rare metabolic and genetic diseases since its inception in 2002, and the patient diagnosis rating has increased from 22 percent to 71 percent.
For more information, contact DDC Clinic at 440-632-1668 or visit the website.