A cuddly, blue-eyed canine named Chari attracted a bid of $17,000 throughout a weekend charity public sale in Sioux Metropolis.
The mini Australian shepherd was the star characteristic of the eighty fifth annual Little Yellow Canine Public sale to lift cash for the neighborhood’s youngsters’s toy fund. Mike Wells, president and CEO of Wells Enterprises in Le Mars, known as throughout the occasion to make a pledge in honor of his late father, Fred Wells, an enormous supporter of the Little Yellow Canine effort.
“As you realize, he personally purchased the canine twice, however that’s not what he’s most well-known for,” Wells says. “He was well-known for standing behind the room and operating the bid up, then quietly discovering you when the public sale was over and handing you a sizeable test and telling you he didn’t need any recognition.”
In honor of their father, the Wells household supplied to double the successful $17,000 bid. The bids have been saved nameless. The public sale was moved to the Warrior Lodge this 12 months and held nearly due to the pandemic.
The public sale supplies vacation items to some 8,000 youngsters in Siouxland.
(By Woody Gottburg, KSCJ, Sioux Metropolis)