Willoughby Rotary Foundation Fundraiser Raffles Corvette Coupe or $40,000 as Grand Prize

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The raffle of the 2007 Corvette or $40,000, winner's choice, will be used to raise funds for the Willoughby Rotary Foundation. This non-profit donates all proceeds to youth-related charities and humanitarian programs.

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This year's ball offers an exciting twist--a raffle with a grand prize of $40,000 cash or a new 2007 Corvette Coupe!

Dreams do come true, and on October 13, 2007, the Willoughby Rotary Foundation (http://www.willoughbyrotary.org) will answer someone's dream of a new 2007 Corvette or $40,000 cash. In addition to the Corvette raffle first prize of a car or cash, a second prize of $1,000 cash and third prize of $500 cash will also be given away.

The Willoughby Rotary Foundation's Dreams Come True Charity Ball and Raffle is the sole fundraiser for the organization. Michelle Hauser, Chair of the 2007 Charity Ball, is looking forward to the annual event, to be held at the Kirtland Country Club, on October 13, 2007.

In describing the evening of delectable cuisine, fine music, dancing and fun, she said, "This year's ball offers an exciting twist--a raffle with a grand prize of $40,000 cash or a new 2007 Corvette Coupe!"

Only 800 raffle tickets will be sold, and ticket holders do not need to be present to win. Raffle ticket information and pertinent details can be found at http://www.willoughbyrotary.org.

All proceeds from the 2007 raffle will benefit local charities, scholarships and Rotary humanitarian programs that demonstrate a meaningful financial need by written request. The foundation distributes all funds raised each year through the annual charity ball, now in its 22nd year.

About the Willoughby Rotary Foundation
Since 1998, the Willoughby Rotary Foundation has contributed over $150,000 to Rotary International humanitarian programs and more than 30 Ohio charitable causes. Charities include the News Herald Clothe-a-Child, The Art Holloway and Christie Montrella Scholarships, Hospice of the Western Reserve, Lake County YMCA, the Salvation Army, local church food banks, and many more. The Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization.


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