Details for School Equipment & Surplus Auction

School Equipment and Surplus Auction Saturday September 22nd 10:00 am 525 Adams Street, Cedar Falls, IA FOLLOW SIGNS FROM E. 18TH ST. AND ADAMS (next to AMVETS Post 49) Kitchen related: True reach in cooler, Vulcan double oven, 9 hot food holding boxes, stainless steel countertop w/ sink, 350 dozen metal dinner forks (new in box), 28 plastic serving trays, 2 folding lunch tables w/ bench seat, electric can openers, 9 stainless steel trays, strainers, kitchen utensils Classroom and Facility related: rolls of carpet, white boards, world globe, wall maps, 2 microscopes, movie reels, several two and four drawer file cabinets, oak wall cabinets, book shelves, kidney table, U shape tables, round tables, trapezoid tables, 32 school desks, student chairs, projector carts, overhead projector, library carts, kitchen play set, library shelving, air compressor, and many more miscellaneous items related to the operation of a school. CEDAR FALLS COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, Owner The Cedar Falls Community School District is disposing of school equipment and/or surplus items as required by the State of Iowa Code, Section 297.22 and per Board Policy 803.3. All items not sold at auction will be recycled or disposed of. Chad Shepard Auctioneer - 319-239-6464 Pictures on our website www.chadshepard.com TERMS: Cash or good check. Photo ID required for bid number. Announcements made day of sale take precedence over any printed material. Not responsible for accidents or theft. Nothing removed until settled for.

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