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Art auction raises money for scholarships

Col. Leon Kundrotas, 81st Medical Operation Squadron, and his wife Aline, place a bid on a piece of art using their auction paddle at the Keesler Spouse's Club Art Auction, which was held April 28 at the Levitow Support Facility.  The auction raised $3,000 for scholarships.  The scholarships are awarded to students and spouses of personnel affiliated with Keesler to include active-duty military, retired military, active-duty reserve, military deceased, and DoD civilian employees. The scholarships will be awarded May 15 at the Vandenberg Community Center from 5:30 p.m to 6:30 p.m. (U. S. Air Force Photo by Major Aldwin Estrellado)

Col. Leon Kundrotas, 81st Medical Operations Squadron, and his wife Aline, place a bid on a piece of art using their auction paddle at the Keesler Spouse's Club Art Auction, which was held April 28 at the Levitow Support Facility. The auction raised $3,000 for scholarships. The scholarships are awarded to students and spouses of personnel affiliated with Keesler to include active-duty military, retired military, active-duty reserve, military deceased, and DoD civilian employees. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Major Aldwin Estrellado)

Scott Sedgwick, Artsouth Productions, and volunteer technical training students take a group photo after the Keeser Spouse's Club Art Auction April 28 at the Levitow Training Support Facility.  The auction raised $3,000 for scholarships awarded to students and spouses of personnel affiliated with Keesler to include active-duty military, retired military, active-duty reserve, military deceased, and DoD civilian employees. The scholarships will be awarded May 15 at the Vandenberg Community Center from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Major Aldwin Estrellado)

Scott Sedgwick, Artsouth Productions, and volunteer technical training students take a group photo after the Keeser Spouse's Club Art Auction April 28 at the Levitow Training Support Facility. The auction raised $3,000 for scholarships awarded to students and spouses of personnel affiliated with Keesler to include active-duty military, retired military, active-duty reserve, military deceased, and DoD civilian employees. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Major Aldwin Estrellado)

Front row from left to right are Lt. Col. Stephen Ray, 81st Training Group his wife Karen, Mrs. Leanne Ramsay and her husband Lt. Col. Steve Ramsay, 332 Training Squadron commander, contemplate a purchase during the Keesler Spouses Club Art Auction, April 28 at the Levitow Training Support Facility.  The auction raised $3,000 for scholarships awarded to students and spouses of personnel affiliated with Keesler AFB to include active-duty military, retired military, active-duty reserve, military deceased, and DoD civilian employees.  The scholarships will be awarded May 15 at the Vandenberg Community Center from 5:30 p.m to 6:30 p.m. (U.S. Air Force photo by Major Aldwin Estrellado)

Front row from left to right are Lt. Col. Stephen Ray, 81st Training Group his wife Karen, Mrs. Leanne Ramsay and her husband Lt. Col. Steve Ramsay, 332 Training Squadron commander, contemplate a purchase during the Keesler Spouses Club Art Auction, April 28 at the Levitow Training Support Facility. The auction raised $3,000 for scholarships awarded to students and spouses of personnel affiliated with Keesler AFB to include active-duty military, retired military, active-duty reserve, military deceased, and DoD civilian employees. The scholarships will be awarded May 15 at the Vandenberg Community Center from 5:30 p.m to 6:30 p.m. (U.S. Air Force photo by Major Aldwin Estrellado)

Scott Sedgwick, Artsouth Productions, seeks bids on an art piece during the Keesler Spouse's Club Art Auction held April 28 at the Levitow Training Support Facility.  The auction raised $3,000 for scholarships awarded to students and spouses of personnel affiliated with Keesler AFB to include active-duty military, retired military, active-duty reserve, military deceased, and DoD civilian employees.  The scholarships will be awarded May 15 at the Vandenberg Community Center from 5:30 p.m to 6:30 p.m.  (U. S. Air Force Photo by Major Aldwin Estrellado)

Scott Sedgwick, Artsouth Productions, seeks bids on an art piece during the Keesler Spouse's Club Art Auction held April 28 at the Levitow Training Support Facility. The auction raised $3,000 for scholarships awarded to students and spouses of personnel affiliated with Keesler AFB to include active-duty military, retired military, active-duty reserve, military deceased, and DoD civilian employees. The scholarships will be awarded May 15 at the Vandenberg Community Center from 5:30 p.m to 6:30 p.m. (U. S. Air Force Photo by Major Aldwin Estrellado)

Laura Capasso, Keesler Spouses Club senior advisor, opens the Keesle Spouses Club Art Auction with a welcome speech at the Levitow Training Support Facility April 28, 2007.   Mrs. Capasso is the wife of Brig. Gen. Paul Capasso, commander 81st Training Wing.  The auction raised $3,000 for scholarships awarded to students and spouses of personnel affiliated with Keesler to include active-duty military, retired military, active-duty reserve, military deceased, and DoD civilian employees. The scholarships will be awarded May 15 at the Vandenberg Community Center from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.  (U. S. Air Force Photo by Major Aldwin Estrellado)

Laura Capasso, Keesler Spouses Club senior advisor, opens the Keesle Spouses Club Art Auction with a welcome speech at the Levitow Training Support Facility April 28, 2007. Mrs. Capasso is the wife of Brig. Gen. Paul Capasso, commander 81st Training Wing. The auction raised $3,000 for scholarships awarded to students and spouses of personnel affiliated with Keesler to include active-duty military, retired military, active-duty reserve, military deceased, and DoD civilian employees. The scholarships will be awarded May 15 at the Vandenberg Community Center from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (U. S. Air Force Photo by Major Aldwin Estrellado)