Community supports 26th Annual St. Charles Hospice Christmas Auction in Prineville

JASON CHANEY/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Tim Peiters, of Rosendin Electric, donated 'The Christmas Cabin.' More than 40 employees and family members built and decorated the 10-foot by 10-foot rustic cabin, which features a 4-foot porch. The cabin can be used as a shed, storage, play house, tiny house, or even a cabin in the woods.

The 26th Annual Hospice Christmas Auction, which raises money for St. Charles Hospice, was held Saturday, Dec. 2 in the indoor arena at the Crook County Fairgrounds with the theme 'Christmas at the Cabin.' The community was welcome to see the displays of Christmas trees, wreaths and quilts during the Open House Friday evening.

The final tally of money raised during the event was not available by presstime, but we hope to be able to report it in Friday's Central Oregonian.

JASON CHANEY/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Visitors admire the 'A Hunter's Best Friend' display donated by Coldwell Banker Sun Country Realty.

JASON CHANEY/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Jim and Donna Roths, of Dillon's Grill, donated the 'Rib Racks Roasting on an Open Fire' tree. The barbecue-inspired Christmas tree featured a smoker and assortment of barbecue wood chips.

JASON CHANEY/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Mosaic Medical donated 'The Three Bears' Christmas,' which features the Three Bears decorating their Christmas tree.

JASON CHANEY/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Crook County Morning Quilt Guild donated 'A Log Cabin Christmas,' featuring a tree decorated with hand-crafted pine cone and log cabin ornaments as well as a quilted log cabin tree skirt, stockings, an outdoor-themed quilt and other handmade gifts.

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