DALLAS – Making their way through rows of knick-knacks, DVDs, housewares and more, Kayleigh Konek and Riley Gallagher reminisced on their years at the Back Mountain Memorial Library Auction. The Back Mountain Memorial Library completed its 73rd annual library auction Sunday, ending the event with another successful year in the books. Once using the setting as the base of their senior project during high school, Konek and Gallagher said that the auction remains a summer staple despite the two growing up and even leaving the Back Mountain. “I normally come here because now I don’t live in this area,” Gallagher explained, who now resides in Plymouth. “It’s kind of coming back to my home and catching up.” For Konek, the event is a way to find unique treasures, even if she’s not looking for anything in particular. “It’s just the right place to find any little odd thing that you buy,” she said. “I don’t come in here looking for things, but I walk around and find things.” The theme for this year’s auction was taking a nod to the era of hot rods and muscle cars with “Always a Classic,” chosen by event co-chairs Pat and Bill Peiffer. Preparing for the kickoff of the final auction, Pat P...