AVH Auxiliary Golf Tournament Raffle: Win 5 Amazing Prizes!
The AVH Auxiliary Golf Tournament Committee is excited to announce that Golf Tournament Raffle tickets are currently on sale at the AVH Switchboard to win Four Boston Red Sox Tickets (Two Sets of Four); Two Boston Bruins Tickets; Two Celtics Tickets; and a Queen Mattress and Box Spring Set. Proceeds from the Raffle will help to purchase two new Mortara ELI 380-DCX11 EKG Units.
Grand Prize is four tickets to the Saturday, July 14, 2018, Boston Red Sox versus Toronto Blue Jays 1:05 p.m. game. Seats are Box Seats. The tickets are generously donated by Gilcoine & Burke Insurance Agency, Inc.
Second Prize is four tickets to the Wednesday, September 26, 2018, Boston Red Sox versus Baltimore Orioles 7:10 p.m. game. Seats are Infield Grandstand, Section 12, Row 2, Seats 5-8 (undercover on the first base side). The tickets are generously donated by Helms & Company, Inc.
Third Prize is two tickets to a Boston Bruins 2018/19 Season Game, generously donated by Leaders For Today.
Fourth Prize is two tickets to a Boston Celtics 2018/19 Season Game, generously donated by Leaders For Today.
Fifth Prize is a Beautyrest Queen Mattress and Box Spring Set with rechargeable bedding (choice of Luxury, Plush, or Extra Firm). The set is generously donated by TOP Furniture and valued at $1,029.00.
A 50/50 Raffle is also being held.
Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00 for both raffles and are available at the AVH Switchboard on the first floor of the Hospital. The winning tickets will be drawn at the AVH Auxiliary Golf Tournament on Friday, June 1, 2018, at the Androscoggin Valley Country Club. You do not need to be present to win.
For questions about the raffles or participating in the Tournament as a golfer, sponsor, or donor, please call Beth Isaacson-Dupont, Golf Tournament Chairperson, at (603) 326-5661 or Donna Godin, AVH Public Relations and Marketing Assistant, at (603) 326-5607. Please visit AVH on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest. AVH is a proud member of North Country Healthcare.