Three couples went home winners from the first Lucky 13 fundraiser hosted by the Wakefield Rotary Club. Debbie Hamrick & Ed Gaines were the big winners of the $2013 grand prize reverse raffle drawing.
Johan and Kari Kristoffersen won the Barrel of Booze value at nearly $1000 and Bekki and Derek Brown won the evenings 50/50 raffle.
But the real winners will be the youth in our community who will benefit from the $5600 raised that will be used for hunger/food drives, Y-Learning book fairs and other service projects club members will give their time to in Wake Forest.
Make plans to attend next year’s event on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014.
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TOGETHER We See A World Where PEOPLE Unite and Take Action to CREATE Lasting CHANGE Across the Globe, in Our Communities and in Ourselves.
Wakefield Rotary Club of Wake Forest is an organization of business professionals, neighbors, friends and community leaders who join together to create positive change in Wake Forest and around the World. We serve the community, focusing on youth leadership development, food insecurity, community development and networking.