MILFORD — The Kehoe Kids are a group of eighth-grade students who are continuing a project they started four years ago — the annual Kehoe Kids Auction and Fish Fry. As the last year for the Kehoe Kids at Milford School, they are hoping to surpass a total of $30,000 at their fifth annual silent auction after coming very close to making it in the last four years.
This year the auction will take place from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 6, at Milford School.
Silent auction items included this year will include an Indy Ride experience, TinCaps baseball experience, Wawasee cheer experience, Wawasee wrestling experience, a four-hour ride along with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office for someone 18 years of age or older, bowling, waterpark and swim passes, gift baskets, autographed Pacers basketball, autographed Colts football and so much more.
Sixteen unique teacher experiences were also donated by Milford School staff including a flight for two on a plane, a movie night, a day at the lake, free tutoring and more.
Bidding will end at 6:30 p.m. All auction winners must be present to win.
All of the proceeds from the auction go toward the Kehoe Kids’ goal of providing books for children at Riley’s Hospital.