Prairie Creek Auction to host Wounded Warrior Project benefit Oct. 17


TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — This weekend Prairie Creek Auction will host a benefit for the Wounded Warriors Project. One hundred percent of proceeds will go toward wounded warriors.

The project provides services and resources for wounded veterans. Auctioneer James Smith says the project is near to his heart after he lost his step son to cancer caused by Agent Orange that he contracted while in Vietnam.

The auction will be this Saturday, there will be food, a bon fire, live music and fireworks.

“If we enjoy our way of life that we have here in the United States, our freedom of expression, our freedom to move about, our freedom to choose as we wish to choose, those are all blessed freedoms and we need to respect and love them,” Prairie Creek auctioneer James Smith said.

Prairie Creek Auction is located at 6468 West Darwin Ferry Drive in Terre Haute. Saturday events start at 6 p.m. People are asked to RSVP by calling 812-898-2604 to ensure everyone gets food.

Social distancing will be implemented and you are asked to bring an item for auction and a covered food dish.

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