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HOLIDAY SUPER RAFFLE TICKETS
Sunday, December 9, 2018
Home of John & Mary Jo Dalton
740 19th Street
Santa Monica, CA 90402
is required by December 9, 2018
Payment In Advance Or At Event
Tickets are $25 each, five for $100 or TWELVE for $200. Buy your tickets soon as only a limited number will be sold. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN!!! Only one prize per winner -- but you can "double-dip" and place as many ticket orders as you want!)
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Three Super Raffle Tickets
Five Super Raffle Tickets
TWELVE Super Raffle Tickets
| Great Prizes From Great Sponsors
Before you can win a prize, you gotta buy a ticket ($25 each, five for $100, or TWELVE for $200) so you can get into the game. Remember, even though a limited number of tickets will be sold -- you can buy as many as you want! Just make a separate transaction for additional ticket purchase.
Tickets can be purchased online or in person at either the November meeting or at the Holiday Party. Cash or check only accepted at the meetings and the party. (FYI: In the past, big winners have nearly always bought five or more tickets to support the club.) And even though YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN, it is certainly a lot more fun to be at the party in person -- and take your prize home that night! (Only one prize per winner -- but you can "double-dip" and place as many ticket orders as you want!)
SCROLL UP TO BUY YOUR RAFFLE TICKETS!
if you don't win a prize, you will still have the satisfaction of
making a valuable contribution to WFF's ongoing conservation and
education programs like Trout In The Classroom, CalTrout, and our fly
tying seminars. Not to mention you can get a swell tax write off.*
**Wilderness Fly Fishers is recognized as a Section 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization by the IRS.
Contributions to it are tax deductible. (Check with your accountant to make sure.)