By David Higham - 11th August 2012 9:02am
As regular readers will know, ADCA has launched a Luncheon Club 20 week draw.
It's the last few days to buy a ticket in a draw with a one in 4 chance to at least win your stake back but could win one of the major prizes the week before Christmas.
And you are helping to raise funds for Audlem & District Community Action (ADCA). This is the local charitable trust which took over the running of the Day Club at Thornton House from Age UK last year.
The overall aim of ADCA is to provide welfare support to vulnerable and socially isolated adults so as to promote social inclusion, community participation and independence.
What better way to help than by buying a £10 ticket for the 2012 Twenty Week Draw? There's winning tickets every week from now until Christmas when the big prizes in the last week of the draw are:
- 1st — £250
- 2nd — £150
- 3rd — £100
- 4th — £50
The First Draw will be on Monday 13th August 2012
The Final Draw for the big prizes will be just in time for Christmas, on 15th December 2012
Tickets can be purchased at the Post Office, or from David Higham (01270 812069) or from any other ADCA committee member.
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