A ‘knock out’ auction

        With five playfully modest male models, the second annual Bras for
Cause event in Terry helped raise over $4,500 for the American Cancer
Society during Saturday evening’s benefit auction. Minor expenses will
be taken from that total, explained organizer Toni Kalfell, who was one of
about five ladies spearheading this year’s event. Calling it a very successful
evening, Kalfell praised those who helped organize the dinner and auction in
a 3-week time span and gave rave reviews for the male models who volunteered
their time and talent.
“It was all very tasteful,” Kalfell said of the evening’s bra auction. “We are
planning on it being an annual event.” 
The bra auction raised $2,500, while silent auction items drew in $810.
The remaining funds raised came from donated funds and a 50/50 drawing.

Pictured above: Levi Liles models the “Knocking Out Cancer” bra. 

Busting bids
The following auctioned bras received $100 or more during Saturday evening’s bidding.  “Man’s Best Friend” made by Megan Olson, $220; “Gravity Works” Ida Lacquement, $220; “Spring has Sprung” Megan Olson, $200; “Ribbons of Remembrance” USDA Office, $130; “Don’t Tread on Me” Get R Done, $150; “Lei Cancer to Rest” Big Fun for Little Ones, $120; “Flying High for a Cure” Prairie Unique, $110; “Knocking Out Cancer” Lindvig Sound Center, $105; “Fencing Out Cancer” Stockman Bank, $100; “Miss America” American Legion, $100

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