Auction gifts and ads needed needed

Some donations at a previous annual annual service auction

Some donations at a previous annual service auction

Each year, the Men’s Club raises funds to be returned to the community of Huntington Woods.  100% of the net proceeds from these fundraising events, including our annual auction, are returned to the City of Huntington Woods to support programs, events and special projects.  Since the Club’s inception, over $2,000,000 has been raised and reinvested in the city.  

If you would like to contribute a gift to the 2016 auction being held Saturday, March 19, or an advertisement in our auction catalog distributed to every home in Huntington Woods, download a gift form or advertising rate sheet, and contact the Gift Chairs and Advertising Chairs:

Michael Egnotovich, Gift Chair

Nick Gruber, Gift Chair

Mark Bielecki, Advertising Chair

Benton Richardson, Advertising Chair

Annually, the money supports:

  • The city’s 4th of July fireworks display
  • 4th of July Parade
  • Summer Family Night at Burton Park
  • Fall Hay Day
  • Recycler of the Month Award
  • City Calendar publication
  • New Residents Reception
  • Men’s Club Past President’s Scholarship Fund

In addition, a special project is selected each year for support.  This year’s project is Scotia Park improvements. Recent projects have been:

2015 – A donation of nearly $60,000 toward a city pool scoreboard.
2014 –A donation of nearly $70,000 toward refurbishing Burton Community Park.
2013 –A donation of nearly $70,000 toward refurbishing Burton Community Park.
2012 – ‘Green Project’ – Creation of a city tree maintenance fund to protect the trees which give our city its name.
2011 – ‘Green Project’ – Recycling bins for every city resident for new single-stream recycling program
2010 – ‘Green Project’ – Solar panels for Rec Center
2009 – Pool Renovations
2008 – Rec Center bleachers
2007 – Remodeling of the Library & Cultural Center Kitchen
2006 – Paving of Burton Field running track, portable bleachers for city parks, and new deck chairs for the pool.
2005 – Reynolds Park Phase II – New play structures.
2004 – New decorative street signs throughout the city.
2003 - Reynolds Park Phase I – Infrastructure upgrades – added or replaced fencing, pathways, picnic tables, drinking fountain, and landscaping.