Events & news Community newsroom What's on auction at Tree House Ball Can't make it to the Tree House Ball on Saturday, March 27th but still want to get involved? You're in luck! We're giving members of the public the opportunity to get involved in a live charity auction on the night, with a range of incredible items on sale. If you can't be there in the person, you can phone in and place your bids. Send an email to [email protected] with your full name and phone number, to get involved. Here's what's on offer at the auction: David Beckham's signed football boot Green sapphires dug by James Arthur Brand, award winning faceter & gem cutter, in 2003. They were found in the highland area of Glen Innes NSW. They are donated by his daughter Rhonda Watson in honour of her late dad. State of Origin photo donated by rugby league legend Chris Close, featuring the inaugural State of Origin Team at Lang Park in 1980. Earrings and necklace donated by Nick Thorp from World Treasure Designs, a family-run jewellery studio in Urangan. Everything is locally designed and made featuring Australian gemstones and sustainably sourced metals. Prints donated by Hervey Bay Artist, Ashleigh Manly. Ashleigh is a prominent Australian artist and has held over 30 major solo exhibitions in Australia and overseas. The Tree House Ball will be held this Saturday, with all proceeds going towards the rebuild and fit-out of the new Urangan Community Wellness Centre. The event is now sold out.