Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Easter Bunny Raffle - Buy your Tickets NOW!

As many of you know - the unveiling ceremony for the Woolly Mammoth Exhibit is free to the public. During the event however we will offer some opportunities for anyone who is interested in supporting SRAC with raffles and so on...We have some pretty incredible baskets being made up - and we also have some other items that should really be popular...

In fact right now, we have just opened the raffle on a chocolate 3 1/2 - 4 pound & approximately 18 inch tall milk chocolate Easter bunny shown here beside Janet Lambert in their shop, "Lambert's Chocolatier."

The bunny was donated by Janet and Hal Lambert who are nationally known for their incredible chocolates that are only available at certain times of the year. This bunny is heavy and she tells me it is semi hollow and if they HAD one for sale it would be priced at $95. Instead this is the only one and it will be go to some lucky soul Saturday, April 3rd (the day before Easter!) at the Woolly Mammoth Exhibit Unveiling event between 8 and 9pm.

The good news is that if you are not going to be able to attend, you can still buy raffle tickets and a chance to win between now and the event for $1 per ticket by using the paypal button below:

or by mailing a check for however many tickets you want to:

SRAC Easter Bunny Raffle
PO Box 12
Sayre, PA, 18840

I want to thank Hal and Janet for donating the rabbit that will be at SRAC starting next week but can be seen at Lambert's Chocolatiers in downtown Sayre until then...

Their shop is a magical place at Easter time as well as Christmas and is stocked to the ceilings with chocolates of every kind.

It is amazing to know that the chocolate will actually be sold out usually before the holiday arrives even though they are still making it for a while yet!

They have huge deliveries to NY City and so on as well....

And if you can't have the sugar - - NO WORRIES! They even have platters of sugar free chocolates!

I hope you stop in and see this magical place in downtown Sayre, and when you do - thank Janet for donating such a wonderful item to SRAC to use as a fundraiser.

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