Win a chance of a lifetime at the 5th annual YMCA Gala of Champions
Oct 02, 2016 11:50AM ● Published by Today's Family
Raffle tickets are $50 each or three for $100 and will be sold online through November 12. Proceeds will benefit the Lake County YMCA by providing children, adults and seniors by enhancing programs that improve our community’s health and well-being.
“As a leading nonprofit partner throughout the country, the Y has the track record and on-the-ground resources to move communities forward, just as we do here in Lake County. As a charity, we look every day to address community needs and ensure that all are welcome and that no one is turned away for inability to pay,” said Debby Speck, director of special events for the Lake County YMCA.
Winner of the raffle drawing can enjoy one of two unique trips to the Players Championship or “Hamilton” on Broadway. The Players Championship package includes two tickets for Saturday-Sunday rounds on May 13-14, 2017 at the TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. Trip includes four-night stay at the Hyatt Regency or downtown Jacksonville hotel and round trip airfare for two people. The Hamilton on Broadway package features two rear mezzanine tickets to “Hamilton” at the Richard Rogers Theater in New York City as well as three night stay at the Grand Hyatt New York and round trip airfare for two people. Winner will be able to choose from three date options.
Raffle tickets can be purchased online (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/win-a-chance-of-a-lifetime-tickets-26462679587). Drawing will be held on November 12 at the GALA of Champions. Winner does not need to be present and will be contacted on November 13.
For 150 years, the Lake County Y has served the community as a diverse organization changing the lives of men, women and children through a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social responsibility. Today the Y currently serves 1 in 5 children, adults and seniors in the county and is recognized as the second oldest Y in continuous operation in the State of Ohio.