Kitchen items were popular at the Shorewood surplus auction Wednesday

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Kitchen items were a popular item
Photo courtesy Shoreline Schools

Kitchen items were popular at the auction held Wednesday at the old Shorewood High School. Many of the items and equipment in the Culinary Arts department were over twenty years old and were not moved to the new high school.

A public auction was held for these surplused items, conducted by the James G. Murphy Co..

The auctioneer from the James G. Murphy Co.
gets the auction under way in the former culinary arts area

The churros warmer went for $50
The popcorn machine went for $200

The new Shorewood High School will open for classes September 2013.


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