2018 was a record setting year. Join us to make 2019 equally as good. Then see what we do with the money raised.

Payment by Credit Card

While we prefer you pay for your purchases by cash or check, credit cards are accepted for large purchases at one of the five Credit Card Stations (see Auction & Rummage Sale Site Map) :

  • In the South Lot:
    • At the north entrance to the Antiques & Fine Furnishings Tent
    • In the Sporting Goods Department
  • In the Woodward Middle School Building:
    • Cafe / Commons Area
    • East Wing
  • On the Athletic Field (north of the School)

Simply take the sales ticket from the Department where the purchase is to be made to the most convenient Credit Card Station to complete the transaction.

Note: If paying by credit card, you may be asked to provide a valid drivers license for identification. We accept the following credit cards:


After completing the credit card transaction, return to the Department where the purchase was made with the proof of payment to remove your purchase from the Department.

Use Credit Cards to Purchase “ROTARY BUCKS”

There is no need to worry about getting to the Rotary Auction & Rummage Sale and discovering you do not have enough cash to purchase all of the items you want, like food or other small items.  “ROTARY BUCKS” will help you out.  Simply go to the Credit Card Station in the Cafe / Commons Area (see Auction & Rummage Sale Site Map), present your credit card, and purchase a $20 packet of “ROTARY BUCKS”.  Note there will be a limited supply of the “ROTARY BUCKS” packets available.

Once purchased, “ROTARY BUCKS” can be used the same as cash to buy merchandise and food at the Auction & Rummage Sale.  They are only valid from 8 am until 2 pm on July11, and are nonredeemable for cash after the Sale.

Like every other purchase you make during the Auction & Rummage Sale, the money you spend on “ROTARY BUCKS” is a donation that is reinvested by the Rotary Club in our community and beyond.

Please join us at the Rotary 2020 Auction & Rummage for great bargains and an opportunity to support: community grants to nonprofit organizations; large scale community projects; scholarships for high school students and professional/technical students; international humanitarian projects; and other worthy causes.