Logan County Reverse Raffle

Do you believe in supporting youth involved in agriculture? If so we hope you will support the Logan County Agriculture Impact Fund Reverse Raffle on April 15, 2023, at the Winner’s Harvest Barn in DeGraff.

With the purchase of the $100 ticket, you are entered to win a Grand Prize of $5,000! The runner-up ticket will receive $2,000, and the third runner-up wins $1,000. In addition, we will have a loser’s draw of $500, additional draws throughout the night, and many other chances to win.

In its sixth year, the goal for the event remains to continue to grow the Logan County Agriculture Impact Grant Fund which is used to improve the agricultural footprint of the youth in our county. In the fifth year, the fund provided grants or projects related to agriculture in our community.  This year we are proud to have awarded over $10,000 in grants to agriculture enrichment efforts organized by Indian Lake OHP FFA Chapter, Benjamin Logan FFA Chapter, and Logan County Soil and Water Conservation District.

“We are excited to be able to continue this program that can have a lasting effect on the agriculture community in the county,” said Joel Penhorwood, Logan County Farm Bureau president. “The Impact Fund Program allows us to grow and change the lives of those working to make agriculture a more vibrant industry.”

The purchase of a ticket allows the purchaser and one guest to attend our evening’s celebrations. Doors will open at 5 p.m., dinner will begin at 6 p.m. and the prize drawings will begin at 7:30 p.m. We are excited to be able to have opportunities to win such as the live auction, 50/50 drawing, and a special auction for the opportunity to win the 250th ticket!

Tickets are limited only 250 are available. To purchase, see a Logan County Farm Bureau board member, or call our office at 877-775-7642.

We hope to see you on April 15!

See the official raffle rules

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