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Faith in Action fundraiser raffle surpasses goal

In celebration of another successful raffle fundraiser, Faith in Action for Cass County held its raffle open house Wednesday, Nov. 8, at the Faith in Action Office in Hackensack.

Submitted PhotoEmilie Bohanon, shown with her dad, Mike Bohanon, won the grand prize Polaris Ranger and Triton Trailer after buying her raffle ticket from her dad, a Faith in Action volunteer.
Emilie Bohanon, shown with her dad, Mike Bohanon, won the grand prize Polaris Ranger and Triton Trailer after buying her raffle ticket from her dad, a Faith in Action volunteer. Submitted Photo

In celebration of another successful raffle fundraiser, Faith in Action for Cass County held its raffle open house Wednesday, Nov. 8, at the Faith in Action Office in Hackensack.

Around 20 people gathered to talk, eat snacks and witness the grand prize drawing event. Grand prize winner was Emilie Bohanon, of Hackensack, who won the 2017 Sage Polaris Ranger 570 plus Triton Trailer.

The top ticket sellers were Faith in Action volunteers Dennis Abbott and Marilyn Bonk, and local businesses Southside Station of Hackensack, Full Stringer Bait of Longville, and Lucky Moose of Walker.

"This raffle fundraiser was the best we've ever done, because of the support Faith in Action has received from local businesses, organizations and volunteers who helped sell tickets," said Executive Director Theresa Eclov. "A big thanks to all our ticket sellers for their efforts."

The raffle is Faith in Action's largest fundraiser of the year and proceeds directly support the Faith in Action programs that help people in need in Cass County.

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For more information about the raffle or about Faith in Action programs, call 218-675-5435 or visit www.faithinactioncass.com .

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