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TONIGHT: Few hours left to enter the SCHI Chinese Auction; Enter Online Here

[COMMUNICATED] Having grown by leaps and bounds in the last two decades, SCHI – The School for Children with Hidden Intelligence – has come to epitomize excellence in services for both special needs children and adults. Providing a panoply of innovative programs for hundreds of students, SCHI’s dedicated teachers and certified therapists treat every student, both young and old, as a unique gem; with infinite talents and a multitude of abilities. Pouring their hearts and souls into their students, the staff and faculty at SCHI work towards overcoming disabilities through warmth, love and joy.

Join the remarkable work of SCHI by being part of their virtual auction. The vast array of magnificent prizes that are being offered include a two-year car lease and free gas, $5,000 cash, a European custom sheitel by Esther Aron, two round trips tickets to Eretz Yisroel, $2,000 at Reich Jewelers, and much, much more.

The Auction deadline is tomorrow, November 13, so place your order now at www.schiauction.org and help make a difference in the life of a special needs student.

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There are 3 Comments to "TONIGHT: Few hours left to enter the SCHI Chinese Auction; Enter Online Here"

  • Jk says:

    The link takes you to the wrong auction site……

  • I wanna win says:

    Will winners be posted on tls?

  • Mikee says:

    It really is not appropriate to call these type of events a “Chinese Auction” this terminology has not been used for many years in most circles since it is viewed in a negative light by the Asian Community. The more appropriate name for this type of fundraising event is commonly known as a “Tricky Tray” which is the term most schools and organizations public and private have adopted.

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