Raytown Main Street
Please mark your calendars for July 9th!
Raytown Main Street Association will be hosting a fundraising auction and we need your help! Our goal is to raise $20,000 for the Let Our Light Shine holiday lighting event. With the completion of our new downtown streetscape, we want to create a winter wonderland of lights for everyone to enjoy this holiday season.
We’re looking for donated items. Raytown Main Street is a 501(c)3 so your donations are tax deductible. Monetary donations are appreciated by cash or check made payable to Raytown Main Street Association.
We’re offering a Sneak Peek & Bid opportunity on Friday, July 8 at 7 p.m. for those who wish to be first to the auction block. A $35 ticket gets you in the night before and avoids the Saturday crowd. Drinks and food will be served to make your evening more enjoyable. Hurry – limited tickets are available.
Gently Used Furniture • Pictures/Prints • Lawn and Garden • Hunting/Fishing/Camping • Home Décor
New Electronics • Operable Lawn mowers/Equipment • Tools • Gift Certificates/Tickets • Sports Memorabilia • Jewelry Wine/food basket • Operable Vehicles with clear title • Classes/Training/Membership
*Sorry we cannot accept bedding or bed linens, kitchen glassware, used electronics, or clothing.
Current donation drop locations:
Sue Frank State Farm, 10014 E 63rd St
Clark’s Appliance, 9715 E 63rd St
Irish Pub, 6332 Raytown Rd
Raytown-Brooking Eagle, 11780 E 83rd St.
Please make checks payable to:
Raytown Main Street Association
6332 Raytown Road, Raytown, MO 64133
Or go to the Go Fund Me page and contribute online. www.gofundme.com/raytownlight
Call 816-353-4400 for Sneak Peek and Bid tickets, to schedule a pick up or for more information.
Auction will be held at 6250 Raytown Trafficway (behind Wendy’s) Please no dropoffs there.
With the help of the Missouri Main Street Connection www.momainstreet.org the Raytown Main Street Association was formed to provide education to businesses in the downtown area and develop events that will bring more patrons to downtown. The Raytown Main Street Association has been directly involved in the start up of the Annual Christmas Lighting ceremony, the Annual Egg-Extravaganza and parade, the Raytown Farmer's Market, the 63rd Street Community Garden