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Online auction will benefit the Sanilac County Historical Society

By Sanilac County Historical Society

(Port Sanilac, MI  –  January 25, 2023)  The Sanilac County Historical Society (SCHS) is holding an online auction 2/15 -2/23.   


Museum administrator Dawn Malek says they’ve tweaked a few things this year to make the auction even more user-friendly. “And you’re going to love the items up for bid! There are more than 100 prizes;   something for every price range, beginning at just $6.99,” Malek continues.  Don’t miss out on the chance to win:

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  • Trips: African Safari, Lake Tahoe Outdoor Adventure, Nashville Country Music Experience, Savannah Southern Charm Get-Away, Kentucky Bourbon Lovers’ Experience, plus trips to Hawaii, Alaska, Cabo San Lucas and more!
  • Tours: Guided History Tour of Port Sanilac in a vintage, open-air 1917 Model T with lunch served in the Mansion, Private, archaeologist-led tour of the Sanilac Petroglyphs, Hops Farm Tour (with beer!), Tour of the Cavalcade in Croswell, and more!
  • Unique experiences: a live concert in your own backyard, Historical Progressive Dinner, Brick Oven Pizza Party, Catered lunch for 30 by Wimpy’s Place, plus much more!
  • Gift cards for goods and services from local shops and restaurants
  • A beach cruiser bicycle, a beautiful garden bench, and so much more!

The Historical Society is also planning a Quarter Auction to be held at Lakeview Hills on April 23.The Sanilac County Historic Village & Museum is located at 228 S. Ridge St. (M-25) in Port Sanilac.  More information is available by calling the office at 810.622.9946, or on the Museum’s Facebook page at “Sanilac County Historic Village & Museum”, and online at    

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