FULTON, NY – The Fulton Lions Club’s second and final “Lions Loot” sweepstakes Early Bird drawing will be drawn at the February 2018 board meeting.
A total of five names will be drawn for the prize of $100 each.
“Every application purchased before January 30 will be entered for the final Early Bird drawing,“ club president Michelle Stanard said. “I know I’d like to have someone give me a chance to win $10,000 as a Christmas gift, with the chance to win $100 right after the holidays. You can even purchase applications online with PayPal on our webpage (https://fultonlionsclub.com/news/) under ‘What’s Happening.’”
The Lions Loot event and drawings are scheduled for 1 p.m., April 15 at the Fulton Polish Home.
First prize is $10,000 and total prizes are $30,000.
“Support for this event helps the Fulton Lions Club provide many Fulton area residents with eye examinations, eyeglasses, and hearing aids,” said Ron Browning, co-chair. “Donations for each ticket are still $50 for adults aged 18 or older. More than one name may be on a ticket and requests for a special number will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.”
Every ticket sold will be in the drum for every drawing; you do not need to be present to win.
You can win more than once.
Taxes are the responsibility of the winner.
“Each ticket purchased allows two adults to attend the drawing and enjoy food, drink, and entertainment the day of the drawing. To give yourself the best chance of reserving your lucky numbers and winning an Early Bird drawing, we urge you to return your applications as soon as possible,” Browning said.
Ticket applications are available at DeVine Designs, Chirello Advertising, Fulton Savings Bank, Mimi’s Drive-in, and both Fulton and Phoenix Medicine Place pharmacies.
Ticket applications can also be mailed to individuals by contacting Browning at 315-561-9021.
For more information, call co-chairs Browning at 315-561-9021 or Dave Dingman at 315-450-2678.
For more information on the Lions Loot, visit their Facebook event page under “2018 Fulton Lions Loot.”