Stores that donated items to the raffle include, but are not limited to, Cole’s Hardware, Scott’s Floral, Chef Willies Creamery, Steve Shannon Tire and Auto Center, Whadda Pizza, The English Garden, LT Evans and FNB Bank.
Ticket prices for the raffle are $1 for one ticket, $5 for seven tickets, $10 for 15 tickets and $20 for 40 tickets.
Tickets can be placed on raffle items ahead of time. The winner will not be drawn the night of the open house, to give everyone a chance to put in a ticket who wants to during the night, Mishura said.
The open house’s bake sale will be conducted by the middle school’s home and school association. “They’re helping a great deal with that,” Ryan said.
Mishura hopes that Danville will win the fundraising contest so that WNEP viewers can see how the middle school has bounced back since being closed for the 2011-2012 school year due to flood damage.
“It would be awesome to win and broadcast live from our brand new middle school that we’re excited to be back in,” Mishura said.
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