Raffle – Last Call!

2018-02-27 15:24:22.000 – Mount Washington Observatory, Staff

 

As some of you know, Mount Washington Observatory is a private, nonprofit, member-supported institution with a mission to advance understanding of the natural systems that create Earth’s weather and climate. This means we are not funded by the federal or state government and operate independently from all the various other entities that share the summit. Our funding comes from individuals like YOU whether it is through donations, membership, Seek The Peak, or our various fundraisers we put together during the year. One such fundraiser we have going on right now is a raffle.

MWO Raffle Facebook banner

 
For the month of February, we have put together a raffle with several unique items and experiences prizes available. Prizes include:
– 2’x16′ panorama of the White Mountains from the summit
– Autographed books by Stephen King (Select from 1 of 4)
– A chance to take a private scenic flight above the White Mountains
– And more!

MWO Raffle prizes collage

The first winner will have the first choice of item, the second winner will have the second choice, and so on until all the prizes are gone. Tickets are available online at www.mountwashington.org/raffle, or by calling 603-356-2137 or in-person at our Weather Discovery Center. Tickets are $10 each and all proceeds benefit the Observatory! But act NOW as ticket sales end at 11:59:59 EST February 28th with the drawing taking place March 1st, 2018.
 
To learn about all the prizes and additional details, head to: www.mountwashington.org/raffle/ Best of luck to all our entrants and thank you for your support!

 

Mount Washington Observatory, Staff

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