OSWEGO – An afternoon of fun, fantastic door prize give-a-ways, food and beverages, live music by local favorites “Jimmy D and The Jury” and the big cash prize raffle drawings are again part of this year’s “Bundle of Bucks” Charity Raffle Party.
Raffle tickets are selling fast and with time running out, now is the time to get yours – before they are gone! Each raffle ticket gives you have a chance at 15 cash prizes totaling $25,000 when winners are drawn on May 6 from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Elks Lodge in Oswego.
To get your raffle tickets directly, stop at St. Luke Health Services, Bishop’s Commons and St. Francis Commons in Oswego, or Michaud Residential Health Services in Fulton. Ticket applications can also be downloaded at www.stlukehs.com and mailed in.
“Bundle of Bucks” raffle tickets will be available until all one thousand are sold. The entry fee for the raffle is $50 per ticket. Each raffle ticket admits two adults to the “Bundle of Bucks” Raffle Drawing Party.
Every raffle ticket is eligible for all 15 raffle cash prize drawings, with a grand prize of $10,000 going to a lucky winner.
Tickets can be purchased individually or consider purchasing a “group ticket” with family members, co-workers or friends.
Proceeds from the “Bundle of Bucks” Charity Raffle supports programs and services provided by local, not-for-profit affiliated healthcare organizations St. Luke Health Services, Bishop’s Commons Enriched Housing Residence, St. Francis Commons Assisted Living Residence and Michaud Residential Health Services.
You must be 18 years or older to participate in the raffle. You do not have to be present at the drawing to win.
For more information, call (315) 342-3166.
The St. Luke Family of Caring is an affiliation of community-based, not-for-profit healthcare providers serving the greater Oswego County area. Affiliates include St. Luke Health Services, Bishop’s Commons Enriched Living Residence, St. Francis Commons Assisted Living Residence in Oswego, and Michaud Residential Health Services in Fulton. Providing care and services to more than 400 people each day.