School benefit planned

NORTH CREEK - The bi-annual Jaguar Jamboree will be back at the Johnsburg School gymnasium on Saturday, March 14.

The basket raffle, sponsored by the school Parent-Teacher-Student Association, raises money for school activities.

The doors will open for a preview of the baskets at 6 p.m. and master of ceremonies Budd Dreon will start the drawing at 7p.m.

The donated baskets each have a theme from arts and crafts, gardening, to kids sports. All have an approximate value of $25.

There are speciality baskets with a value of $100.

Most baskets include gift certificates from businesses throughout the area to include Glens Falls and Queensbury shopping areas. There is a minimum of 100 baskets and donations are still being accepted.

The jamboree is open to the general public and there is $3 entry fee which includes 25 tickets. Additional sheets of tickets maybe purchased for $2 and tickets for the specialty baskets are $1 each.

During the preview hour ticket s are placed in the desired basket(s),contestants may place as many tickets as they like towards their basket(s) of choice.

There will be a $1 tree for a 50/50 split raffle.

All proceeds from Jaguar Jamboree go toward school projects, trips, and/or supplies.

For more information call Susanne Hayden at 251-3604.

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