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Stone’s Home Made Candy Shop Contributes Sweet Treat To St. Luke “Bundle Of Bucks” Raffle Event

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Stone’s Home Made Candy Shop of Oswego contributed a sweet treat that will be “up for grabs” at this year’s St. Luke “Bundle of Bucks” Raffle. In addition to items from local businesses raffle cash prizes totaling $25,000 dollars will be paid out when all one thousand tickets are sold by the time of the drawing on May 31st.

Raffle ticket applications are available by calling St. Luke Health Services at 342-3166, or pick one up at area businesses throughout Oswego County where the applications are on display. Ticket applications are also available online at www.stlukehs.com.

The entry fee for the raffle is fifty dollars per ticket; only one thousand tickets will be sold. The raffle features fifteen cash prizes to be awarded with a top prize of $10,000 to a lucky winner! Every raffle ticket is eligible for all of the cash prize drawings. Tickets can be purchased individually or consider purchasing a “group ticket” with family members, co-workers or friends.

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Pictured (left to right) is “Bundle of Bucks” raffle event organizer Diane Garcia of St. Luke Health Services and Debbie Bond of Stone’s Home Made Candy Shop. Stone’s Home Made Candy Shop contributed an assortment of sweet colorful confections, to be raffled off as a door prize at the “Bundle of Bucks” event.

Proceeds from the “Bundle of Bucks” Raffle go to the St. Luke – John Foster Burden Fund, which benefits those served by St. Luke on their healthcare campus, at Michaud in Fulton and throughout the community.

Each raffle ticket admits two adults to the “Bundle of Bucks” Raffle Drawing Party taking place on Saturday, May 31st from 1:00 – 4:00 at the Elks Lodge in Oswego. The raffle drawing event features free food, beverages, live entertainment by “Halfway to Nowhere”, games and prize drawings. You must be 18 years or older to participate. You do not have to be present at the raffle drawing to win. For more information, call 342-3166.