In the Community

Salvation Army Shoe Strut Sponsored aby Cordier Auctions and Appraisals

September 18, 2015

Cordier Auctions and Appraisals was one of the sponsors of the Salvation Army Harrisburg's Shoe Strut on September 11, 2015.  The goal of the annual event is to provide shoes to needy children in the area.  For each ticket sold, a pair of shoes is provided to a local child.  Additionally, fashion

able, fun silent auction items generate contributions to assist local children in need.  As a result of the 2015 Shoe Strut, 450 pairs of shoes will be provided to local children, and almost $60,000 was raised to support local programs.  For more information about The Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital Region, please visit http://salvationarmyharrisburg.org.  Pictured below:  Ellen Miller, Melanie Hartman, Lindsey Henry, Amelia Rundle, and Erika Kelly attend the 2015 Shoe Strut.

 

Harrisburg Symphony Showhouse and Gardens Raises $180,000

July 28, 2015

Lindenwood, A Country Destination, The Harrisburg Symphony Society's Showhouse and Gardens 2015 reaised $180,000 to support the inspiring symphonic concerts and educational programs for which HSO is  known.

More than 30 designers participated in the Showhouse and Gardens.  Cordier Auctions and Appraisals partnered with the Cumberland County Historical Society to decoprate the foyer and hallway for the event which ran from May 22 through June 14, 2015.

 

Harrisburg Symphony Showhouse and Gardens

GLOW RUN LIGHTENS UP HARRISBURG

June 6, 2015

A team from Cordier Auctions and Appraisals was excited to be part of the second annual Glow Run benefiting Lighten Up Harrisburg in Riverfront Park on June 6.

Cordier Auctions and Appraisals was one of the event sponsors, and a team of ten walkers and runners, in addition to event volunteers, came to enjoy the event and support the cause.  The family of Brian Buehrle, a member of Cordier's staff and an apprentice auctioneer, led Team Cordier Auction in the race with his wife Anabelle coming in with a time of 33.14; Brian and his daughter Bella both came in with times of 33.17.  The race was followed by an after party that included music, snacks, and ice cream.

More than 400 participants registered for the The 5 K walk/run which raised funds for lighting projects in the City of Harrisburg.  Past projects include the Walnut Street Bridge relighting project, Allison Hill area lighting project, and Front Street lighting project.

More information about Lighten Up Harrisburg and the Glow Run can be found HERE.

 

 

Team Cordier Auctions

Team Cordier Auctions

Participants at the 2015 Glow Run

Participants at the 2015 Glow Run

Team Cordier Auctions

Team Cordier Auctions Ready to Run

Brian, Bella, and Anabelle Buehrle

Brian, Bella, and Anabelle Buehrle

17th Annual Visions of Monte Carlo a Great Success

May 28, 2015

Cordier Auctions & Appraisals' Brian Buehrle was auctioneer at the Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania's 17th Annual Visions of Monte Carlo Gala and benefit Auction.  The April 24th event raised proceeds to help fund services to those in our community who are blind or visually impaired.

For more information about Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania, click HERE.

HISTORIC HARRISBURG ASSOCIATION CHARITY AUCTION RAISES OVER $10,000

April 12, 2015

An auction held at Cordier Auctions that benefitted the Historic Harrisburg Association on April 12 raised more than $10,000.

 Highlights included a Currier & Ives National Union Republican Banner, printed in 1868 which sold for $1,200, two architectural elements from the former Harrisburg Telegraph Building that sold for $400, and a pair of brass end caps from the former state theater that sold for $225.  More than 60 individuals and companies donated items, money, time, and refreshments for the event.

 100% of the proceeds will benefit the Historic Harrisburg Association, whose mission is to advance sustainable communities, neighborhoods, and landmarks through education, advocacy, collaboration on issues of economic development, architectural and historic preservation, and cultural heritage tourism.  Cordier Auctions donated the use of their facility and auctioneers at 1500 Paxton Street in Harrisburg.  An auction committee of volunteers also put in countless hours to organize and execute the event.

 Additional information about the Historic Harrisburg Association can be found at www.historicharrisburg.com.

Cordier Auctions Provided Live Auction Services at The Swain School Gala and Auction in Allentown, PA

April 11, 2015

Cordier Auctions provided the Live Auction services for the 23rd annual Auction and Dinner Gala for the Swain School held at the Musikfest Cafe at Steelstacks in Bethlehem, PA.

Ellen Miller on What's it Worth? With Mike the Appraiser

January 30, 2015

Our own Ellen Miller will appear on the "What's It Worth? Ask Mike the Appraiser" radio show on WBCB 1490 am January 30, 2015 to discuss model trains.

2014 Harrisburg Chamber of Commerce/CREDC Business Expo

January 1, 2015

Cordier Auctions and Appraisals wins “Most Informative Booth” award at 2014 Harrisburg Chamber of Commerce/CREDC Business Expo” November 13, 2015.

Ellen Miller to Appear Live on Antiques Roadshow During Pledge Drive

December 1, 2014

Ellen Miller will be appearing during pledge breaks on the December 1 episode of Antiques Road Show on WITF. Cordier Auctions and Appraisals is a long time underwriter of Antiques Roadshow and is proud to offer support to WITF.

More information about Antiques Roadshow can be found HERE. More information about WITF can be found HERE.

Multiple Sclerosis Research Institute Charity Auction Raises Over $37,000

November 18, 2014

An Auction hosted by Irene Berman-Levine and Sam Levine held at Cordier Auctions in Harrisburg, PA on November 16 raised more than $37,000, including cash donations, for The Multiple Sclerosis Research Institute (MSRI).

The auction included both a silent auction of more than 60 lots and a live auction of more than 170 lots. Over 100 people registered to bid and offered enthusiastic support of the cause. Some highlights include a 1958 Austin London Taxi that sold for $6,100 and a turned wood bowl by Marc Goldberg that sold for $200, both in the live auction; four Walt Disney World passes sold for $425 in the silent auction. More than 100 individuals and companies donated items for the auction in addition to over 100 individuals who made monetary donations. 100% of the proceeds will benefit MSRI, whose mission is to FIND, STOP and CURE MS. Its founder, Jeffrey Greenstein, M.D., has devoted his life to MS research. Irene Berman-Levine, a patient of Dr. Greenstein, is a board member of the MSRI and her goal was to raise $20,000 to underwrite the cost of a research assistant to staff a state of the art laboratory. Cordier Auctions donated the use of their facility at 1500 Paxton Street in Harrisburg, and Cordier’s staff volunteered their time for the event. Irene’s committee of more than 20 volunteers also put in countless hours to organize and execute the event. Additional information about the Multiple Sclerosis Research institute can be found at www.MSResearchInstitute.org.

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