2011-09-29 / Health

BLIND WINNER



Doug Brown of Frederic (right) won the Roscommon Higgins Lake Lions “Blind For Sight” raffle prize – a deer blind – Sept. 17. The drawing was held during the Firemen’s Memorial Festival and the winning ticket was drawn by Emil Meissner. Brown is shaking hands with his nephew, Lion Brian Brown, who sold the winning ticket. Second place winner was Clarence Harvey of Houghton Lake who won a quilt made by Laurie Ritchie. The Lions expressed their appreciation to all who bought tickets, as well as their sponsors, Roscommon Lumber, Roofs of the North, East Higgins Lake True Value Hardware, West Higgins Lake Hardware, Village Hardware, Roscommon BP and Tim’s Collision and Roscommon VFW Post 4159. The proceeds from the raffle will help to buy eyeglasses for Roscommon area residents who cannot afford them. For information about the Roscommon Higgins Lake Lions Club, visit online at e-clubhouse.org/sites/roscommonhigginslake. (Courtesy photo) Doug Brown of Frederic (right) won the Roscommon Higgins Lake Lions “Blind For Sight” raffle prize – a deer blind – Sept. 17. The drawing was held during the Firemen’s Memorial Festival and the winning ticket was drawn by Emil Meissner. Brown is shaking hands with his nephew, Lion Brian Brown, who sold the winning ticket. Second place winner was Clarence Harvey of Houghton Lake who won a quilt made by Laurie Ritchie. The Lions expressed their appreciation to all who bought tickets, as well as their sponsors, Roscommon Lumber, Roofs of the North, East Higgins Lake True Value Hardware, West Higgins Lake Hardware, Village Hardware, Roscommon BP and Tim’s Collision and Roscommon VFW Post 4159. The proceeds from the raffle will help to buy eyeglasses for Roscommon area residents who cannot afford them. For information about the Roscommon Higgins Lake Lions Club, visit online at e-clubhouse.org/sites/roscommonhigginslake. (Courtesy photo)

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