200 Club – May 2015 prize winners

Gabriel Sullivan places this month's members' lottery balls into the drum
Gabriel Sullivan places this month’s members’ lottery balls into the drum

The 200 Club – a new fundraising initiative for the branch – got off to a cracking start with 50 subscriptions for the first ever draw made at our branch meeting on 26 May.

Guest speaker Lesley Mathieson draws the winning ball
Guest speaker Lesley Mathieson draws the winning ball

Gabriel Sullivan (Tony and Jan Vaughan’s grandson) helped place the numbered balls for this month’s members in the drum.

Our guest speaker, Lesley Mathieson, then drew the winning balls.

The prize fund totaled £100 this month and the contribution towards the Club’s donation to Parkinson’s UK research and support was £150 less costs.

May winners were:

Drawn in reverse order …

Third prizes (two x £12) – Brian Reeve and Val Washbourne

Second prize (£25) – Nick Owen

First prize (£50) – Cathi Grainger

Congratulations to all!

Can you help?

John Smith appeals for help to spread the word about the 200 Club
John Smith appeals for help to spread the word about the 200 Club

Speaking about the 200 Club, John Smith appealed to branch members to help spread the word about the new lottery whether or not they wish to join themselves.

John said “If we all help take it out to the wider community it will make a huge difference to the amount of money we raise for Parkinson’s research and support.”

Contact John on 01494 864555 or Contact the 200 Club for leaflets and application forms to hand to family, friends, neighbours, members of other groups you belong to, and shopkeepers you know well.

Join

If you would like to join our branch lottery, you can see all the details here and either:

  1. download a printable 200 Club application form and return it to John Smith at address on the form
    OR
  2. apply online with the button below.
click or touch
click or touch

Next draw

Our next draw will be at our annual summer barbecue on 23rd June.  Come along and join us – everyone is welcome – see details here.

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