The Children’s Miracle Network Has Two More Special Events Coming Up
We're getting closer and closer to the Children's Miracle Network's $100,000 Miracle Drawing. Do you have your ticket yet?
If you haven't gotten your ticket yet for the $100,000 Miracle Drawing, don't wait. They sell out every year and this year only 4,300 tickets will be sold. If you're not sure when or where you'll be able to pick up your ticket don't worry, the Children's Miracle Network wants to make that easier for you. They're holding two special events this Wednesday (August 16th).
You can pick up your $100,000 Miracle Drawing tickets at Jay-K Lumber in New Hartford on Wednesday between 6am and 6pm. You don't even have to get out of your vehicle, they'll run the ticket right to you, so you can stop by on your way to or from work. Or maybe in the middle of running errands. If you do have a few minutes to spare, Kitty's Food Truck will be there between 1pm and 3pm with some delicious treats. They'll be offering extra specials just for this event.
If you won't be in the New Hartford area, they will also be set up in The Valley. You can stop by Remington Federal Credit Union in Ilion anytime between 9am and 5pm. Here, they will be having a LUAU Party all day with refreshments available as well.
Tickets are $100 and can be purchased in cash. And now, thanks to a change in the New York State Guidelines for Conducting Raffles, you can also purchase you ticket with a check. There are only about 2,350 tickets left. Not only is there the grand prize of $100,000, but there are also eight other bonus prize packages that will be given away.
Tickets are also available at:
– AmeriCU Credit Union Locations
– Chantry’s Hometown Market
– Countryside Stove & Chimney
– GPO Federal Credit Union Locations
– MVHS Boonville Medical Office
The drawing will be held on Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 7pm at the St. Luke’s Campus in New Hartford. If you have any questions, you can call the Foundation at: (315) 624-5600. And in the meantime, you can start dreaming about what you could do with $100,000.