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Bowling Lanes: Lots 1-8
These are HEAVY, please be prepared with tools and additional helpers to remove. I STRONGLY encourage inspection to know what you are getting into. As shown in the pictures the lanes are attached to a grid made of 2x4's. Buyer should be able to cut the 2x4's with a Sawzall once the lane is cut into manageable pieces for removal. You are responsible for a SAFE removal. Front doors both open for a 6' wide opening. PLEASE CALL OR E-MAIL if you have any questions about removal 507-720-8089. BRING HELP, our people are there to show you your items, not load them.
AMF Pinsetters: Lots 9-12
These are HEAVY, please be prepared with tools and additional helpers to remove. The space these are in is tight, these will most likely need to be dismantled partially for removal. There is a door right next to the pinsetters that is 6' Wide and 7' Tall. I STRONGLY encourage inspection to know what you are getting into. I will have a pallet jack available for use on loadout days. Buyers may use the Jack to move machines to the door where we can lift with forklift. If you choose to have us use our forklift it is a $50 fee (CASH) for your pinsetters, please let us know ahead of time if you will be using this service. Power has been disconnected from these units. There are some wires that run near these machines and caution will need to be used. If cutting is necessary you are prohibited from torching, using an angle grinder or anything that throws sparks. Sawzall with metal blades are OK. BRING HELP, our people are there to show you your items, not load them. PLEASE CALL OR E-MAIL if you have any questions about removal 507-720-8089.
Ball Return Rails and Station: Lots 13-16
The Stations are screwed to the floor, please BRING TOOLS. Rails between lanes need to be removed carefully so as not to damage other lots. These lots include the sensing electronics attached to the rails. Buyer gets the rails up to the pinsetters, please note the mechanism that shoots the ball back is NOT included with these lots. I STRONGLY encourage inspection to know what you are getting into. BRING HELP, our people are there to show you your items, not load them.
Pin Visors: Lots 18-25
These hang on a pipe and should be simple to remove, although it will require 2 PEOPLE. These have had the power cut already, there are wires leading back to the pinsetters. We will cut the wires up to the junction box. No controls are included with these. I STRONGLY encourage inspection to know what you are getting into. BRING HELP, our people are there to show you your items, not load them.
Alley Approach Floor: Lot 37
Please allow yourself enough time to remove the floor in a safe and timely manner. As you can see in the pictures there are fixtures attached to this lot. Depending on arrivals you may have to remove them prior to removing the floor. This will need to be done in a manner that does not damage the fixtures. This floor butts up to the lanes and caution will need to be exercised so as not to damage other lots near or attached to this lot. I STRONGLY encourage inspection to know what you are getting into. BRING HELP, our people are there to show you your items, not load them.
Non-perishable food and monetary donations for the Watonwan County Food Shelf will be accepted at the load out. Any help is appreciated!
When many people hear our name (Watonwan County Food Shelf, Inc.) they automatically assume that the county is "in charge" of us when in fact they are not. We are a 501c3 organization that has our own board consisting of 8 board members plus a director that makes all decisions concerning the food shelf. We rely fully on grants and donations to be able to continue to supply much needed food in the county.
The Watonwan County Food Shelf, Inc. was
formally incorporated on October 25, 1982. It all started with a member
from Augustana Lutheran Church and a member from First Lutheran Church both of
St James reaching out to Minnesota Valley Action Council (MVAC) asking what
they felt were the biggest needs for low income people in the county. At the
time MVAC had funding for emergency food but it was depleting and they felt a
food shelf was the greatest need in the county. These two members went back to
their respective church Outreach boards and shared this information which led
to sending an invitation to all churches in the county inviting them to attend
an organizational meeting to create a food shelf.
Initially the charter members of the Watonwan County Food Shelf, Inc. consisted of the following churches: First Lutheran of Butterfield, Albion Lutheran-Godahl, La Salle Lutheran, Faith Lutheran-Madelia, Augustana Lutheran, East and West Sveadahl Lutheran, First Lutheran, First Presbyterian, St. James Catholic, St. James United Methodist, and St Paul's Lutheran all of St. James. Unfortunately throughout the years some of these churches have closed or combined with other churches, many though are still active charter members of the board.
Since 1982 when we were formally incorporated we have been
housed in one of the county buildings. Currently we are in a space that is 600
square feet which needs to act as a shopping area and a storage area. This past
year, we were very fortunate to be selected to receive a grant to help us
purchase a building to expand ourselves. On December 28, 2020 we officially
purchased the bowling alley and can not wait for this much needed space! The profits from this auction will help us remodel the space to fit our needs and serve the community more efficiently.
We are currently open every Wednesday and the 2nd and 4th Fridays of a month. Our food shelf is run entirely by volunteers. There are no paid employees. On average we serve about 70 families and give out about 6500 lbs. of food a month. With our new space we are excited to be able to offer more hours that we can be open as well as a wider selection of healthier food options.