Rotary Raffle draw at Craft Fair

The Golden and District Rotary Club is holding a raffle in honour of one of their own Ratarians whom they lost last month.

The Golden and District Rotary Club is holding a raffle in honour of one of their own Ratarians whom they lost last month.

The Paul Hambruch Memorial 50/50 Raffle tickets are on sale now.

Tickets are being sold for $10 each, or three for $20. They are available from Rotarians, at the Golden Star office, and will also be sold at the Christmas Craft Fair at the Mount 7 Rec Plex on Friday Nov. 16 and Saturday Nov. 17.

The winner will be drawn at the Craft Fair on Nov. 17.

All funds raised from the Paul Hambruch Memorial 50/50 Raffle will go towards the various Golden Rotary projects within and outside the community.

 

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