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First Angus in U.S. Print to Sell in Angus Foundation Silent Auction

A featured item in this year’s Angus Foundation Silent Auction, which will be conducted during the 2004 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) in Kansas City, Mo., is a limited-edition print of Frank Murphy’s First Angus in U.S. painting.

The print of Murphy’s oil-on-canvas work is signed and dated by the artist and is framed with the U.S. Postal Service Stamp. It is professionally framed making it a distinctive addition to the décor of any home or office.

The print was donated to the auction by Dean and Gloria Hurlbut. Dean is the former director of activities for the Association and Gloria currently works in the performance programs department.

The Angus Foundation Silent Auction is one of the highlights of the week-long NJAS event. All proceeds benefit the Angus Foundation, which supports youth, education and research related to agriculture.

The NJAS will take place July 12-17 at the American Royal Complex in Kansas City, Mo. The silent auction will open at noon, Wednesday, July 14, and will close at 10 a.m., Saturday, July 17. All times are CDT.

Other items in the auction include:

  • Commemorative Belt Buckles
  • Distinctive Angus Artwork, including a transfer on leather by Judy Crouch
  • Etched mirror with Angus Artwork

Angus associations and producers from across the United States will also bring many unique, one-of-a-kind items to Kansas City to donate to the silent auction as well, so be sure to stop by the hospitality area and view the offering in Kansas City.

To place a bid on the First Angus in U.S. print or any other item in the silent auction call Sara Moyer at (816) 383-5100 by Friday, July 9, or at (816) 390-4612 thereafter. For more information contact smoyer@angus.org.

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