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April 19, 2004

Albany- If you're looking for a Harley Fat Boy at a good price, Darton College may be able to help you out.

In a fiery do-rag and riding a Harley, Darton President Peter Sireno helped kick off the DartBoard Online Auction.

To bid on more than 120 items, just register at the website. New items will be added each week.

The proceeds will fund scholarships. Last year, Darton turned away 300 students who were eligible for scholarships because there wasn't enough money.

"So we established this event to give people the opportunity to have some fun, get some great items and at the same time support a great cause," said Karen Kemp, Darton's Director of Development.

The auction runs through May 17th.

posted at 10:58 p.m. by brannon.stewart@walb.com