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MO SGA auction features rare items, raises funds for student travel

February 25, 2020
Posted In: ATSU News, CGHS, Events, KCOM, Missouri Campus, MOSDOH, Student Headlines

A.T. Still University of Health Sciences’ (ATSU) Student Government Association – Missouri (MO SGA) hosted its annual auction Feb. 13 within the University’s Centennial Commons, raising funds for student conference travel. 

ATSU-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine Centennial Clock face
The ATSU-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine Centennial Clock face was an item up for bid at the MO SGA auction.

The event included a raffle for Apple Airpods, a silent auction, and a live auction conducted by Bob Behnen, MBA, associate vice president for university advancement.

A look at the silent auction tables at the MO SGA auction
The MO SGA auction also featured a silent auction with dozens of items.

The live auction featured some rare items, such as banners marking ATSU’s 125th anniversary, a fossilized mammalian scapula, the ATSU-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine Centennial Clock face, and a 3D-printed replica of Dr. A.T. Still’s right hand.

A look at the MO SGA auction
Rahim Shareef, OMS II, Phillip Hilton, OMS II, and Bob Behnen, MBA, associate vice president for university advancement, at the MO SGA auction.
Students bid on items during the MO SGA auction.
Students bid on items during the MO SGA auction.
A look at the MO SGA auction
Taylor Cummins, OMS II, and Vince Maiorino, OMS II, sell raffle tickets during the MO SGA auction.
MO SGA members pose for a photo
A.T. Still University of Health Sciences’ (ATSU) Student Government Association – Missouri (MO SGA) members and advisers pose for a photograph following the MO SGA auction.
MO SGA members pose for a photo
A.T. Still University of Health Sciences’ (ATSU) Student Government Association – Missouri (MO SGA) members and advisers pose for a photograph following the MO SGA auction.

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