Nonprofit yoga service organization sponsors online benefit auction

North American Gurukul (NAG), a Cleveland Heights-based nonprofit organization, is sponsoring its sixth annual Connect, Discover, Serve online auction. The auction runs through July 12.

For the fourth consecutive year, a portion of the auction proceeds will benefit the Heights Emergency Food Center. The auction also helps to support NAG’s yoga service programs for recovery centers, halfway houses, prisons and inner city schools.

Beverly Singh, founder and director of the Atma Center on Lee Road, founded NAG in 2004, to support awareness and growth of Satyananda yoga throughout North America.

Auction items include a Viktor Schreckengost Jazz plate, donated by Heights resident Gene Schreckengost, a print donated by Heights artist Michael Greenwald, and gift cards donated by Heights merchants.

For more information about the auction, and to view all the available items, visit For information about NAG, visit

Kim Sergio Inglis

Kim Sergio Inglis is editor-in-chief of the Heights Observer. She lives in the Shaker Farm Historic District in Cleveland Heights.

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Volume 7, Issue 7, Posted 11:46 AM, 07.01.2014