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Hispanic Liaison to hold raffle as part of ‘Heritage Month’ observance
SILER CITY — The Hispanic Liaison will raffle off eight prizes in October to celebrate …
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SILER CITY — The Hispanic Liaison will raffle off eight prizes in October to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and raise funds to support its work across the four counties staff serve, including Chatham.
Hispanic Heritage Month begins on Sept. 15. Based in Siler City, the Hispanic Liaison serves Hispanic residents across four counties — Chatham, Lee, Randolph and Alamance.
The Liaison will draw names on Friday, Oct. 15, the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month, at 5 p.m. via Facebook Live. The raffle’s eight prizes, beginning with the top prize, include a Nintendo Switch; $200 in cash; four day passes to the Shakori Hills Music Festival in Silk Hope for May 2022; a Princess House mandolin; a brand new Air Fryer PowerXL 8 qt; a chocoflan cake with 20 servings made by Elena Gonzalez; a cloth hammock hand-crafted by Ana Huezo; and finally, a 3’ by 2’ Mexican painting and ceramic pitcher.
Interested residents can purchase tickets — $10 each — online at bit.ly/3th6L3K or in-person at the Hispanic Liaison, Chatham Rabbit Coffee Shop, Melanie’s Bakery or Tienda El Centro in downtown Siler City.
“Only 1,000 tickets (will be) printed,” according to the Liaison’s news release about the raffle. “You don’t need to be present to win!”
For more information, including photos of the prizes, visit www.hispanicliaison.org or the Liaison’s Facebook page.
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