Online Auction Bidding

The Annual Auction is coming up soon! If you can’t attend you can still participate through Online Bidding! Almost all of the items are available for Online Bidding. This works quite differently than eBay. Here’s how it works:

  • Look at the items available here.
  • If you’d like an item and want to bid on it, do so by filling out the bid form.
  • Submit the form

After you hit submit, here’s what will happen: We will collect the information and take it with us to the auction

  • A lovely volunteer will actually bid in person for you.
  • They will bid for the item you want UP TO THE MAX YOU SPECIFY.
  • If the item sells for less than your max, you will win it. If it sells for more than your max, you will lose the bid.
  • You will not be charged anything if you do not win the bid.
  • You will only be charged for the ending price, not your max bid.
  • If you win the bid, we will notify you and at that point, you can send a check (or pay online). You must pay if you win.

We will ship the item to you unless you specify pick-up on the form. We will charge $5 plus $3/pound for each pound over the first for shipping. Shipping is additional, above the cost of the item. We will not ship larger items.

ONLINE BIDDING WILL END FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th AT 9:00 am.

A ♥ next to the item code indicates that the item is on the camp’s wish list if you would like to buy something but would not like to take it home.

Sugarbush gift basket of VT products by Sugarbush Farm

Item Code: SUGARB 

Donated By: Sugarbush Farm

2, 1# batch of Maryland fresh blue crab cakes (5-6 cakes) picked up in

Bridgewater with a weeks notice

Item Code: MFBCCA

Donated By: Phil Wilkerson

Acrylic painting 16×16, Kelly Way Gardens Barn

Item Code: SSARTW

Donated By: Sue Schlabach

Made in India from three layers of repurposed
cotton saris, stitched together by hand using traditional kantha
techniques, 56×56”

Item Code: KBICSQ

Donated By: Allen & Mary Guntz

Side 1

Side 2

Handcrafted in India, (Ten Thousand Villages-Fair trade)
constructed with wire frame wrapped in up-cycled candy wrappers,
(not recommended for outdoor winter use), Home Sweet Home Birdhouse and
Sunny Garden Birdhouse with hanging loops

Item Code: SGHSHB

Donated By: Kimberly Watkins

Home Sweet Home

Sunny Garden

Childs I-Spy Quilt, machine quilted 45 x 57”

Item Code: CHISQU

Donated By: Mary Guntz

2 Folding red cedar Adirondack chairs made by Dave

Item Code: ADIRCH

Donated By: Dave Beidler

Wooden dump truck with loader crafted by Merlin

Item Code: WODULO 

Donated By: Merlin Hartman

Col 3: 12,13 framed Bible verse carving by Merlin

Item Code: FRBIBV

Donated By: Merlin Hartman

Hand spun wool knitted hat (Tall Trees) adult size and hand spun, hand
knit beanie hat, wool/alpaca

Item Code: TTHSWH

Donated By: Kimberly Watkins

Tall Trees

Beanie Hat

2 Pastel landscapes by Lynda (9×11”) with frames by Dave Beidler

using wood from the old BBC pavilion and antique glass.

Item Code: PASTLS

Donated By: Lynda Knisley &
Dave Beidler

#1

#2

2 pair Felted wool sweater mittens, Maroon & Orange made by Joanna.

Item Code: FWSMIT

Donated By: Joanna Beidler

#1 orange

#2 maroon

Russell’s famous cinnamon rolls, freshly baked, 3 one dozen packs.

Item Code: RFCROL

Donated By: Russell Pejouhy

100% wool hand braided rug 60″ x 39.5″ made by Brandon’s 87 year old Uncle.

Item Code: GBWORU

Donated By: Glen Baer

An Evening of Bach, Cheese, and Wine – Enjoy an intimate evening with
friends as you listen to a private recital of a seminal piece of the cello
repertoire, Bach’s Solo Suite for Cello no 1 in G Major. Wine and
cheese will be provided to further your enjoyment of the evening. This
package is for 6-8 people at a location of your choosing within 30 miles
of Lebanon, NH.

Item Code: BACKWI

Donated By: Ben Kulp

Quilt kit named “La Bouquet” to make finished size 67×84” quilt.

Item Code: QUKLAB

Donated By: Ruth Ann Glick

This beautiful silver necklace is from Dominique Dinouart Designs. Dominique Dinouart was born in Paris, France, Her world travels and studies of ancient cultures inspire many of her designs, as does her background in art and languages. For over twenty years, her strong sense of design and trend has been a major factor in the success of her jewelry. Each piece has a distinct and unusual appeal and speaks to a woman’s individual personality. Her pieces are only available on QVC Europe or on Evine. Designed in her Strafford, VT studio and made exclusively for her in Mexico by skilled artisans.

Item Code: SILNDD

Donated By: Friend of BBC

(4)  $25.00 Gift Certificates to Chef Brad’s Crazy Sides

Item Code: CHBRCS

Donated By: Chef Brad’s

Whisper Hill Bath & Body gift basket.

Item Code: WHBBGB

Donated By:

Whisper Hill Body &

Bath

Framed sheep collage by Lynda 9×13” framed by Dave Beidler using

wood from the old BBC pavilion and antique glass.

Item Code: FSCFDB

Donated By: Lynda Knisley &
Dave Beidler

6 assorted pillowcases made by Jane.

Item Code: PILCAS

Donated By: Jane Glick

Scrappy tote made from vintage feed-sack.

Item Code: SCTOFS

Donated By: Carie Good

6 Assorted cut flower arrangements from Beidler Family Farm.

Item Code: ASCUFL 

Donated By: Brent & Regina
Beidler

Comfort/quilt, machine pieced, knotted, 60×80” made to MCC specs for
relief so could also be donated to MCC and benefit BBC & MCC.

Item Code: CQMCCB

Donated By: Mary Guntz

Earrings crafted by Jennifer

Item Code: ESRJEN

Donated By: Jennifer Hudson
Maxham

Fred for a day. 8 hours of labor (materials extra). Carpentry, painting,
light plumbing and electrical, etc.

Item Code: BBCFSC

Donated By: Fred Schlabach

2 Photos on metal, Fall Farm Truck 24×20”, 1949 DeSoto 20×24”

Item Code: FFTDES

Donated By: Fred Schlabach

Covered jar, 13” tall by potters Grace and Evan

Item Code: COJAGE

Donated By: Grace Pejouhy &
Evan Williams

Yawman & Erbe vintage (early 1900’s) rare oak dovetailed 6 drawer
invoice filing cabinet.

Item Code: YEODFC

Donated By: Doumina Noonan

Sponsor a child’s week at camp by paying for a scholarship in our “Kid’s to Camp Fund”. You’ll get Thank You letters from campers at the end of summer!

Item Code: WATBBC

Donated By: Maybe YOU?

*This is different from typical online biddings. This actually is considered a donation to the “Kid’s to Camp Fund” so if you’d like to donate please list what you are willing to donate. Thanks!

Table-runner, machine pieced, 16 1/2 x 40”

Item Code: TARUNN 

Donated By: Ruth Ann Glick

All-Day Lift Tickets for 4 Guests at Suicide Six Ski Area.

Item Code: SSSWI

Donated By: The Woodstock Inn
and Resort

(2) $50.00 Gift certificates – one with hat and tee shirt and one with
sweatshirt.

Item Code: JESBBQ

Donated By: Jesse’s BBQ

Fred Mueller’s unique mandolin – Fred was a local artist, musician and a
friend of Lloyd Moyer. In the early days of the camp he would come and
play for the campers. Several of his paintings were of Bethany Birches
Camp and Bethany Mennonite Church.

Item Code: FREDMM

Donated By: Joanne Brenneman
Speigle

2 yummy homemade pies. One maple cream and the other blueberry.

Item Code: YHPMCB

Donated By: Jane Glick

4 hours of house cleaning to a local homeowner by Goldcoast House
Cleaning specializing in maintenance cleanings, deep cleans, move-in/
move-out cleans and post-construction cleans. They use a variety of
green and traditional cleaning products for effective cleaning without
using toxic chemicals.

Item Code: GOHOCL

Donated By: Sarah Kaminski

(2x) 1 qt jars of pickled red beets & eggs

Item Code: PRBEGG

Donated By: Joanne Hershey

Laurel pie dish, wheel thrown in VT by Farmhouse Pottery, 11 x 2 1/2”

Item Code: LAPIDI

Donated By: Farmhouse Pottery

2 handcrafted walnut benches

Item Code: HAWABE

Donated By: Richard Leatherman

Futon. Mission style oak frame. Queen size! Cushion and
frame in good condition. Frame easily disassembled to fit into your
car. Mattress can be folded and fit into minivan, pickup truck, etc.

Item Code: MIOFFU

Donated By: Brandon & Amber
Bergey

Larry’s maple syrup, 2 quarts

Item Code: LDMASY

Donated By: Larry Derstine

(6) 1 qt jars of bread & butter pickles

Item Code: BRBUPI

Donated By: Althea Derstine

Naturally Grown Grass-fed Beef Bundle by Frontier Pastures, Bally PA
Includes 16 beef patties and 4 lbs. of ground beef.

Item Code: GFBBFP

Donated By: Tim Ehst

Makita Driver-Drill and Impact Driver. Comes with two batteries, charger,

and carrying case.

Item Code: MAKDDI

Donated By: Goodro Killington

Kitchen Aid Artisan Mixer 5 quart graphite.

Like new and packed in original box with instruction and recipe book.

Item Code: KAAMIX

Donated By: Jan & Bob Collins

Unique bird house, 13” H x 12” W, made by Vernon

Item Code: UNBIHO

Donated By: Vernon Clemmer

Vermont Nature Theme Mystery Basket.

Valued at more than $200.

Item Code: MYSBAS

Donated By: Wendy Jenne

$75.00 Gift Certificate to Gardener’s Supply, good at https://
www.gardeners.com/ or retail Garden Centers

Item Code: GARDSU

Donated By: Gardener’s Supply
Company

Worx brand 10″ corded electric pole saw / chain saw. Has detachable 10 foot pole.

Item Code: LLEPSC

Donated By: LaValley’s Ludlow

(1) Flourless Chocolate Torte w/Raspberry Coulis – Created for you at a
time of your choosing and will be delivered within a 35 mile radius

Item Code: CTRACO

Donated By: Gwen Groff

Golf at The Quechee Club. Certificate for one round of golf for 4-With carts.

Item Code: GOLFQC

Donated By: The Quechee Club

One hour family portrait session. Client receives set of high quality
images to keep. Can travel within 25 miles of Philadelphia. Scheduling can be made for fall 2019, spring 2020 or fall 2020 dates.

Item Code: COERPH

Donated By: Conrad Erb
Photography

Handmade pottery vase. 7 1/2” tall, 2” diameter. Made by a local Vermont potter Barbara Lane.

Item Code: HAPOVA

Donated By: Brenda Metzler

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Item Code: 

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Handmade fluted pottery bowl with iridescent glaze. Made by a local potter Barbara Lane. Approximately  10″ in diameter and 3″ deep.

Item Code: HFPOBO

Donated By: Brenda Metzler

Woodstock themed mystery bag.

Item Code: SSMYBA

Donated By: Stacy Selbo

Collector Baseball autographed by Rico Petrocelli, Boston Red Sox
shortstop and third baseman 1963-1976, member of Red Sox Hall of
fame.

Item Code: BRIPET

Donated By: Abner Schlabach

Collector Baseball autographed by Jim Rice, Boston Red Sox left
fielder/slugger 1974-1989, 8-time AL All Star, member National Baseball
Hall of Fame.

Item Code: CBJRRS

Donated By: Abner Schlabach

Red & white bird feeder made by Bob.

Item Code: RWBIFE

Donated By: Bob Moyer

Own a piece of the past with this historic bench from the basement of Mellinger Mennonite Church, Lancaster, PA.

Length 9 feet, 2-1/2 in.; height 16 in. Circa 1915.

Item Code: HBEMMC

Donated By: Virginia Schlabach

Three carved wooden spoons crafted by a local artisan from Vermont wood.

Item Code: CAWSVW

Donated By: Friend of BBC

Black walnut bowl with ‘live edges’.

10″diameter.

Item Code: APBBWB

Donated By: Andrew Pearce
Bowls

One 60 minute massage by Linda.

Item Code: MASSLC

Donated By: Linda Canepari

Four assorted coin banks, (Piggy; Whale; Dolphin; Cat) made by Bob

Item Code: COINBA

Donated By: Bob Moyer

20″ World’s Softest Bear. Baby-bunny softness makes this floppy
Golden Bear extremely easy to hug and nearly impossible to put down.
Stuffed with love in Vermont using 100% recycled stuffing. Finished with
an Ivory satin bow. Guaranteed for life.

Item Code: VETEBE

Donated By: Vermont Teddy Bear

Pennsylvania Theme Mystery Basket.

Valued at more than $200.

Item Code: PATHMB

Donated By: Jen Yoder

(2) $100.00 Gift certificates to Woodstock Farm’s Market.

Item Code: WOFAMK

Donated By: Woodstock Farmer’s Market

Homemade granola, 4 bags from Jennifer’s kitchen.

Item Code: HOMGRA

Donated By: Jennifer Maxham

Kitchen Linen set:
(1) Kate Kilgus handwoven cotton kitchen towel (16.5″x24″)

https://katekilgus.com/

(4) Hand-hammered pewter oval napkin rings
(4) Double sided napkins by Denise Hershey (18″x18″)

Item Code: KITLIN

Donated By: Friend of BBC

Woven Wood Star – Maple (2 sizes: 10.5″ & 15″)
Ruth Boland has been a basket maker since 1991, and her work has
been shown in many juried exhibits and galleries across New England.

Item Code: WOWOST

Donated By: Friend of BBC

Indigo & Natural Reed hand woven basket by Deborra Doscher:
Debra Doscher is a juried artist at the League of NH Craftsmen.

Item Code: INRWOB

Donated By: Friend of BBC

Eco-Printed wearable wool scarf by Nancy Evans who is a juried
member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen. Eco-printing is a
technique where bundled plant material is steamed to release the dye
found naturally inside the plant, which creates a contact print. Hand
wash, lay flat to dry

Item Code: WEWOSC

Donated By: Friend of BBC

Coffee Lover Basket

Item Code: COLOBA 

Donated By: Jen Yoder

Venison Summer Sausage.

Made fresh this week!

2-3 logs.

Item Code: VESUSA

Donated By: Chad Yoder

6 half gallon bottles of World Famous Pennsylvania Chocolate Milk from
Penn View Farm.

Item Code: PCHPVF

Donated By: John and Paul
Hockman

Gift certificate for 100 gallons of oil or propane from the Dead River Co.

Item Code: DRCGIC

Donated By: Dead River
Company

$25.00 gift certificate to Yankee Bookshop plus 10 handmade notecards
with photos by Wendy

Item Code: YANKBS

Donated By: Yankee Bookshop &
Wendy Hiers

2 sets of 2 One Day Killington Ski Passes for the 2019 – 2020 Ski
Season – no black out dates!

Item Code: KILSKI

Donated By: SP Land Company

Chad’s Chili – Featuring Bucks County, PA “Farmer Fed” venison
(3-4 quarts)

Item Code: FFVCCH

Donated By: Chad Yoder

I don’t have a picture of his chili but here’s Chad.

Coming soon!

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