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Saint John's to hold fundraiser

By Staff
From staff reports
Madison County Record
Saint John's Catholic School will hold its fourth annual DrawDown event on Feb. 22.
The Saturday event is a major fundraiser for the school's Crusader Club and the PTO. Proceeds from the event will be used to fund both organizations.
For a $100 donation to the school, participants will receive a dinner for two, along with complimentary beer and wine and a ticket entry to a draw down for $10,000 in cash prizes.
"A draw down is the reverse of a raffle. The last ticket drawn is the big winner," said Kathy Straub, coordinator of the event. "The event will also include Bingo and a silent auction that will feature a huge array of gods and services donated by area merchants as well as our St. John's families."
For additional information about the DrawDown or to make a donation, call Kathy Straub at 464-6685 or Alex Lopez at 461-4715.

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