19th Annual Sports Memorabilia Auction Benefits Myasthenia Gravis Association

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The Myasthenia Gravis Association of Western PA invites all sports fans and collectors to attend the 19th Annual Sports Memorabilia Auction on Sunday, April 7th from 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.  This fun, family-friendly event will be held at the Club at Nevillewood, in Presto PA. TV/Radio personality Ellis Cannon will serve as host, and John Phillips from The Fan sports talk radio will serve as auctioneer.

Pittsburgh Pirates alumni Steve Blass, former Steeler Marv Kellum and Lightweight Boxing Champ Rod Salka will be among the sports celebrities in attendance to sign free autographs.  Singer-songwriter Mike Gallagher will kick off the event with live music. Attendees will enjoy the popular sports “grab bags”, a delicious buffet, a cash bar, and a basket raffle as well as the Live and Silent Auctions of signed sports memorabilia.

This event will feature approximately 100 autographed items available for bidding and include some of your favorite stars such as: Maurkice Pouncey, Antonio Brown, James Neal, Starling Marte and many more.  All proceeds will benefit the Myasthenia Gravis Association of Western Pennsylvania (MGA), which provides medical care, educational resources, and support services to those with myasthenia gravis – an autoimmune disorder of muscle weakness with no known cause or cure.

MGA wishes to thank all of their generous sponsors for making this event possible: Presenting Sponsors Highmark and the Dick Landowners Group, LLC, Hall of Fame Sponsor – Walgreens Infusion Services , Tailgate Sponsors – Giant Eagle and The Koter Group at Morgan Stanley and Media Sponsor – The Pittsburgh Sports Report.

Admission is only $30.00 per person and includes dinner and free parking. Advance reservations are strongly suggested as space is limited. For more information about the event or to make a reservation, please call (412) 566-1545.

 

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