Auction Season is Upon Us! Find Dates Here

Auction Time is Near!

Join us for our 2017 auction season! Come out for days of fun, food and fellowship at our 2017 auctions!

7:00 AM Breakfast | 8:30 Auction Begins | Physician Remarks and Quilts to Follow 

Handmade quilts, handcrafted furniture, wooden crafts, sporting goods, handmade toys and garden plants will be available for buyers at our auctions. A variety of food choices will be featured including chicken barbecue, freshly made pies, donuts, whoopie pies, ice cream and more! The proceeds from the annual benefit auctions are a major source of revenue for both the Clinic for Special Children.


Lots of food, including pizza, was available at the benefit auction for the Clinic for Special Children Saturday.

June 3, 2017 | Union County Auction
Buffalo Valley Produce Auction
22 Violet Road
Mifflinburg, PA 17844

June 17, 2017 | Lancaster County Auction
Leola Produce Auction
135 Brethren Church Road
Leola, PA 17540

June 24, 2017 | Shippensburg Auction
Shippensburg Auction Center
1120 Ritner Highway
Shippensburg, PA 17257

July 8, 2017 | Blooming Grove Auction
Blooming Grove Auction Inc.
1091 Free Road
Shiloh, OH 44878

September 9, 2017 | Blair County Auction
Morrison’s Cove Produce
174 Windy Acres Lane
Roaring Spring, PA 16673

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Meet Dr. Matt Demczko!

Dr. Matt Demczko recently completed a six month fellowship with the Clinic for Special Children. Dr. Demczko is a 2008 graduate of Franklin and Marshall College where he majored in biology and religious studies with a specific focus in genetics. Through one of his courses, Intro to Genetics, he became very interested in the genetics of rare disease, eventually helping to teach and recruit fellow students to the class. He received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and completed his pediatric training through Nemours/A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children with a third year spent serving as chief resident. It was this experience and training that introduced Dr. Demczko to a collaborative vision between CSC and Nemours to open a pediatric clinic that will focus on treating predominantly Amish children with rare genetic disorders in the Dover, Delaware community. In preparation for opening the new clinic, Dr. Demczko sought a fellowship with CSC in order to integrate himself into a training program that would give him the unique opportunity to care for Amish and Mennonite children living with rare genetic disorders. We are grateful for his contributions to our clinical care and special research projects during his time here and we wish him the best of luck with his future endeavors. Read about Dr. Demczko’s full story and progress updates in our upcoming spring newsletter.