Congratulations to the Winners of the Scotia-Glenville Lions Splash Pad Raffle:
1st – Ticket 0484, Jack H. of Long Island NY, $6250, bought ticket online
2nd – Ticket 0578, John M. of Galway NY, $250, bought ticket from Galway Lion
3rd – Ticket 0948, Alex B. of Glenville NY, $250, bought ticket from Scotia-Glenville Lion
4th – Ticket 0264, Shelly L. of Loudonville NY, $250, bought ticket at Morris Ford
5th – Ticket 1027, Kelly B. of Scotia NY, $250, bought ticket at Holiday on Ave
6th – Ticket 0101, Kathy W. of Charlton NY, $250, bought ticket from Scotia-Glenville Lion
A total of 703 tickets were sold, falling short of the minimum to award to Car as Grand Prize. Per the raffle rules, the Grand Prize was reduced to 50% of raffle revenue ($6250) and 2nd-6th prizes were reduced to $250 each.
The raffle raised $5000 for the Spalsh Pad. We are well on the way to have it open in May 2017. Thank you to everyone who participated for your generous support. We still have more funds to raise to achieve our goal and there are other ways to contribute including the buy a brick program. We will continue to post updates on our website and facebook.
Last chance to purchase Car Raffle Tickets to support Lions Splash Pad. The drawing will be held at Morris Ford on Saturday Dec 10, 2016 at noon. There will be some finger foods and drinks available. Come join us to watch who will win.
As of Dec 9, the Splash Pad is at $46,500 of the $80,000 needed for construction. The Car Raffle proceeds will be posted shortly to the tally, getting us closer to our target.
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The Scotia-Glenville Lions Car Raffle is soon wrapping up. The drawing is set for noon on Saturday Dec 10 at Morris Ford. All are welcome to watch the drawing, but you do not need to be present to win. A video of the drawing will be posted after the event and winners will be notified.
It might be getting cold, but the Scotia-Glenville Lions are looking forward to next summer. The Lions are planning to build a 1000 square-foot Splash Pad in Collins Park (Scotia, NY). The Splash pad is a in-ground fountain with no standing water that provides a fun and safe place for children (and brave adults) to cool off on hot summer days.
Planning is underway with the Village and Park officials to make this a reality. As of Nov 1, roughly $41,000 of the $75,000 has been raised towards Lions Splash Pad. We need your help to make it a reality:
Our 21st annual Falling Leaves Golf Tournament was a great success. We had great weather and a great golf course, The Edison Club. Thank you to all the businesses which sponsored tee signs and donated raffle items. The money raised from this event will be used for youth and community services.
Once again, Thank you to all our sponsors for the 21st Annual Falling Leaves Golf Tournament