Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Raffle sales support safety for seniors

Tickets on sale now through May 30

Express Staff Writer

The Wood River High School Parent Student Teacher Association is hosting a Progressive Bash Raffle to help raise funds for the Senior Bash in June.

Designed to provide the students of Wood River, Silver Creek and Sage high schools with a safe environment to celebrate their graduation from high school, the Senior Bash is billed as a "safe and sober celebration" and is funded primarily through donations from the community.

This year's fundraiser is a Progressive Bash Raffle. Tickets for the raffle are on sale now through May 30. There will be two drawings a month and all non-winning tickets will be carried over to the next drawing.

Prizes include a 20-day ski pass, brunch at Sun Valley Lodge, a round of golf at Sun Valley and The Valley Club, a Blaine County Recreation District Nordic pass, a BCRD Fitworks membership, a Spa Beleza facial and scrub, haircuts by Richard Calcagno, a floral bouquet from Tara Bella, an oil change and car wash at Wood River Motors, a handmade birdhouse from Colleen Pace, movie tickets to Bigwood 4 and Magic Lantern cinemas and gift certificates from a plethora of local businesses and restaurants.

Tickets are $5 each or five for $20 and are available by calling Kristi Sutton at 309-1273 or Barb Sargent at 720-0587. In addition to the raffle, funds will be raised through an indoor yard sale on April 6-7 at the Community Campus in Hailey. Donations are currently being accepted.

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