ANDERSONVILLE — The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce's estate sale to raise funds to help return the neighborhood's beloved water tower to its rightful perch is now live.
The Swedish American Museum, 5211 N. Clark St., has raised more than $120,000 to replace the iconic tower, which was taken down after a brutal winter in 2014. But the effort still needs an "extra push," said Joelle Scillia, director of marketing for the chamber.
Bidding ends around 8:30 p.m. Friday, according to the website.
About 30 items on the list won't be going to the water tower, so those looking to help out should look for the qualifier text reading: "Proceeds from this item directly benefit the Andersonville Water Tower," Scillia said.
For a collection of items deemed "high interest," all proceeds will benefit the water tower, said Scillia.
High interest items include: