Only 2000 tickets are sold for a grand prize of $50,000.00
Nineteen additional prizes are awarded. Call Gaelic Park for details 708-687-9323
Dear Friends of Chicago Gaelic Park:
Every year Gaelic Park reaches out to our friends to support the Annual Raffle as the funds generated are a necessary component in maintaining and updating our beautiful Irish Cultural Center. The raffle will take place on Sunday, December 8, 2019 at 7:00 PM.
We will be selling 2000 tickets and are excited to announce our Grand Prize will be $50,000, which as always will be drawn last. The 2nd through 6th prizes will receive $5,000 each and 7th through 19”’ will receive $1,000 each.
This year, we are doing an early bird draw on Sunday, December 1, 2019 after the Carraig 5K Challenge in the Tara Room. The Early Bird drawing winner will be awarded $5,000.00 and the Seller will receive $500.00.
Gaelic Park Charities, a 501(C)(3) will be the seller of all tickets sold via mail or email.
Last year, our raffle sold out and we had to turn buyers away. Please purchase your tickets early as we do not want to disappoint anyone.
We are encouraging all of you to purchase a ticket or share a ticket with family and/or friends. Your support is encouraged and vital for continuing to maintain and improve Gaelic Park.
Below is a blank ticket. If you or any of your friends would like to purchase a ticket, you may fill in the blank ticket below and mail it with your check for $100.00 payable to Chicago Gaelic Park. In the past, people have partnered up to purchase tickets so why not split tickets with family, friends, and co-workers. A ticket can be split 2, 3, 4, 5 even 10 ways. Tickets are issued on a first come basis. You will receive your official ticket stub by return mail.
Good luck to all and once again thank you for your continued support of Chicago Gaelic Park.
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Please mail to:
Super Fund Raiser
Chicago Gaelic Park
6119 W 147th St
Oak Forest IL 60452
Mary McNally, Mark Flynn, Maureen Gill O’Regan, John Devitt, and John Conroy Ticket Committee