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Clovernook Center Annual Raffle

Keith Bowers
Open., Wednesday April 24 | 1 ticket for $10, 3 for $25, 7 for $50, 15 for $100 or 25 for $150.

 This raffle is an annual fundraising event in which no presence is required. "Chances" to win will be available for purchase and will vie for many unique prize packages such as a mini iPad, two round-trip tickets to New York City, and a week at a beach-front condo in South Carolina. Winners are elected at random and will chosen by April 26th. All proceeds will benefit summer day camps for youth with visual impairments.



Where: Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Phone: 513-522-3860
Address: 7000 Hamilton Ave.
Website: www.clovernook.org
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