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A 1933 Ford Coupe Replica Hot Road worked on by Summit students will find a new home Oct. 4 when a sweepstakes winner is named.
As of Tuesday, September 30, 2014
GREENCREEK — Things are heating up for Summit Academy’s 17th Annual Mystery Night “Hot Rod Fever.” In addition to the fund-raiser winners, the 1933 Ford Coupe Replica Hot Rod Sweepstakes winner will be chosen.
Grab a pit crew and race to the Greencreek Hall this Saturday, Oct. 4. A $125 donation covers admission for two, buffet dinner, two free drinks, a no-host bar and an entry in the raffle.
Participants can take a test drive in the auto booth to record their quickest reaction time, browse through the many silent auction items and get ready to raise a bid card during the live auction. In the evening’s elimination raffle win up to $400 cash, one of 43 prizes valued at $100, or the grand prize of $10,000 in gift certificates to be redeemed at local businesses, including Lindsley’s Home Furnishings, Sonnen Meats, Les Schwab Tire Center–Grangeville, Intermountain Feed and Mercantile, Hoene Hardware, B & A Performance Auto, Chesky Woodworking and Cottonwood Foods.
Doors open at 5 p.m. The live auction begins at 7 p.m., with the raffle immediately following. Items up for bid in the live auction include: Three tickets to Seahawks versus Giants game Nov. 9; a progressive dinner for eight; scenic airplane tour; freezer full of homemade frozen meals; and a Cajun fish boil for eight.
Following the auction, the evening continues as raffle tickets are drawn one by one. Every tenth ticket is a winner granting that person a trip on stage to select a prize. Finally, all but 10 tickets are eliminated. These final 10 individuals all receive a prize. At the end, the last ticket is drawn and the 2014 Mystery Night Grand Prize winner is announced.
Call Summit Academy at 962-5650 or logon to www.summitacademyid.com and click on “donate now” at the bottom of the home page to buy your Mystery Night and sweepstakes tickets on-line.