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The Knights of Columbus is conducting its 9th Annual Charity Raffle

by Press Release
May 13, 2017

Our Council has donated over $125,000 to our Holliston Pantry Shelf, Senior Center, St. Mary’s Parish, Homes for our Troops, Wounded Warriors, Habitat for Humanity (Holliston Project), and other worthy charities.

The Knights of Columbus, St. Mary’s Council #14224 is conducting its 9th Annual Charity Raffle.  One raffle ticket sells for $5 or one book of 5 tickets for $20.  The Grand Prize is $1000.  Four other prizes will be drawn from $500 to $100. Our Council has donated over $125,000 to our Holliston Pantry Shelf, Senior Center, St. Mary’s Parish, Homes for our Troops, Wounded Warriors, Habitat for Humanity (Holliston Project), and other worthy charities. 

People may purchase raffle tickets next week from our Knights after each Mass on Saturday May 20th and Sunday May 21st.  Raffle tickets can also be purchased at Market Basket Bellingham on May 13th, Downtown Holliston on May 27th and June 10th, and at Shaw’s in Ashland on June 3rd and 4th.  Call Deputy Grand Knight Aaron Pyman at 978 265-6548 or email him at aaronpyman@gmail.com to purchase a raffle ticket personally.

The drawing will be on Wednesday June 21st at St. Mary’s.  All are welcome to attend.

 

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