Anastasia Rigby announces information about an item being introduced for auction. To her left are four Spartan senior boys who volunteered 22 hours of work together to be auctioned off. On the screen in the background is a projection of bids in process. (Zorina Barker/for Peninsula Daily News)

Anastasia Rigby announces information about an item being introduced for auction. To her left are four Spartan senior boys who volunteered 22 hours of work together to be auctioned off. On the screen in the background is a projection of bids in process. (Zorina Barker/for Peninsula Daily News)

WEST END NEIGHBOR: Proud weekend in Forks

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