Auction to benefit Orlando victims

Published 10:16 am Thursday, June 16, 2016

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A new ceramic shop and studio in Huntington’s Shops at Heritage Station is auctioning off a package of two tickets to the Rails & Ales Craft Brew Festival in August along with two custom handmade porcelain beer steins made by Noelle Horsfield, owner and artist at Full Circle Ceramic.

Proceeds will benefit the victims and families of the Pulse Night Club attack in Orlando, Florida.

“As a new business owner, it is crucial to be an integral part of a caring thoughtful community both on the local and world level,” Horsfield. “The horrific attack on our fellow humans at Pulse Night Club has both frightened and enraged our global community but it is important to remember that we must use love to combat hate and we can do this by allowing our light to shine through the darkness.”

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The auction can be found on eBay at

“What better way to bring together community support and raise much needed money for such a worthy cause than by auctioning off a day of fun and friendship in the summer sun; and we’ve sweetened the deal with beautiful handmade porcelain beer steins.”