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Wednesday, August 14, 2013 at 1:31 pm

The Michael Napoleone Memorial Foundation hosting a "Dinner for Ten" Raffle

The Michael Napoleone Memorial Foundation is selling tickets for a lucky person to win a "Dinner for Ten"- this includes a 5 course gourmet dinner with beverages at a private home location in Batavia, and a limo ride for the party of ten from one location within a 50 mile radius (distance rules apply). This experience is priceless and supports the mission of the foundation in assisting familes facing the challenges of pediatric cancer as well as the support of local youth organizations and research. View pictures from previous "DInner for Ten"  events at www.michaelshope.org. The winner will be selected at TF Browns on  August 30th at 6 pm and the dinner will be held on September 21, 2013. Help the Foundation" Lend a Hand for Hope". The function is being held in September in honor of Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month. For more information and to buy tickets, you can purchase via paypal on the website www.michaelshope.org  or call Mark at 409-3276.

Don't miss this fabulous opportunity to win an awesome prize and help out a great cause!!!

 

Event Date and Time

September 21, 2013 - 6:00pm
Monday, July 9, 2012 at 7:52 pm

'DC in the Square' to benefit Don Carroll

"DC in the Square" is scheduled for Sunday, July 29 in Batavia's Jackson Square from noon until 4 pm. It is a benefit for Don Carroll, who has spent most of his life raising money for kids in need in Genesee County and is now battling esophageal cancer.

The event will include live performances by "Old Hippies," "Soul Craft" and "Savage Cabbage" as well as a Chinese auction and 50/50 raffle. Everyone is asked to contribute a minimum $2 donation at the gate.

Presale BBQ tickets can be purchased at the following Batavia locations:

  • T-Shirts Etc., 111 Main St.
  • Clor's Meat Market, 4169 W. Main St. Road
  • Coffee Culture, 6 Court St.
Monday, July 9, 2012 at 7:49 pm

Don Carroll benefit in Jackson Square

"DC in the Square" is scheduled for Sunday, July 29 in Batavia's Jackson Square from noon until 4 pm. It is a benefit for Don Carroll, who has spent most of his life raising money for kids in need in Genesee County and is now battling esophageal cancer.

The event will include live performances by "Old Hippies," "Soul Craft" and "Savage Cabbage" as well as a Chinese auction and 50/50 raffle. Everyone is asked to contribute a minimum $2 donation at the gate.

Presale BBQ tickets can be purchased at the following Batavia locations:

  • T-Shirts Etc., 111 Main St.
  • Clor's Meat Market, 4169 W. Main St. Road
  • Coffee Culture, 6 Court St.

 

Event Date and Time

July 29, 2012 - 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Monday, August 29, 2011 at 9:38 am

Bulldawgs vs. Bulldogs

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The Batavia Bulldawgs Youth Football Team sold raffle tickets for a 2011 Johnny Pag Spyder motorcycle provided by Grease Lightning. The tickets were $40 each and only 150 were sold.

The winner was Chris Schafer of West Falls (He was not present.)

More pictures of the game can be found here.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at 12:06 pm

Lions Club of Batavia raffles bikes, treats vets and seniors to night at the ballpark

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The Lions Club of Batavia gave out more than 100 tickets to kids attending the Muckdogs game Monday night for a bike raffle and giveaway. Two bikes were given away, one to a girl and one to a boy.

Lions Club President John Murray throws out the first pitch

Lions Club President John Murray throws out the first pitch at Monday night's second game of the Muckdogs double-header.

Lions Club President John Murray with drawing winners, 11 year old Joe Biaselli of Lyndonville and 8 year old Olivia Costley of Batavia

Lions Club President John Murray with drawing winners, 11-year-old Joe Biaselli, of Lyndonville, and 8-year-old Olivia Costley, of Batavia.

Press release from the Lions:

On Monday, Aug. 22, members of the Batavia Lions Club gathered at Dwyer Stadium in Batavia for its 36th annual Lions Night at the Ballpark as the hometown Muckdogs played the Mahoning Valley Scrappers.

The evening featured several highlights including a free raffle for two brand-new bikes to two lucky local kids holding the winning tickets and an opportunity for several seniors and veterans to attend the game and be treated to hotdogs and refreshments -- all free of charge and paid for by the Batavia Lions Club.

The Lions Club invited several senior citizens from local area nursing homes, which included the federal and New York state veterans facilities located in Batavia. Each attendee was treated to a hot dog or hamburger, fries and a soda. They also had the special treat of watching a double-header on a beautiful summer evening.

Lion Gerry Maley was again responsible for all arrangements with the ball club and, along with Lions Dave Cutitta and Dom Lovria, for the bike raffle. Lion Dr. Ross Fanara and his wife, Shirley, made all arrangements with the five nursing homes/veterans’ facilities to bring more than 50 seniors to the ballpark.

The Batavia Lions Club would like to thank all of the Muckdog staff, especially General Manager Travis Sick and Ticket Manager Mike Ewing along with the activities directors from the Batavia VA Medical Center, New York State VA Nursing Home, Genesee County Nursing Home, Batavia Nursing Home, and the Le Roy Village Green Nursing Home for helping make this a very enjoyable evening for all. 

See you next year at the ballpark!

Sunday, March 13, 2011 at 8:46 pm

Gourmet Dinner For 10 Raffle

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2011 "Dinner for 10"  RAFFLE

Five Course Gourmet Meal with Wine Pairings    

Hosted by the Michael Napoleone Memorial Foundation Board of Directors.

A group of fortunate food lovers will win this raffle of a superb meal for ten people prepared by chef Mark Napoleone and served in elegant style at an intimate home setting in Batavia.  Round-trip limo service provided (some distance restrictions).  Cost: 1 ticket for $20 or 3 tickets for $30.

Raffle to be held at T.F. Brown’s (Batavia) on March 17th at 9 PM (winner need not be present).  Tickets may be purchased at these Batavia locations prior to March 17th:  Dr. Robert Marchese's office, Freed, Maxick and Battaglia, Dr. Russell Marchese's office, SUNY Empire State College, St. Joseph's School and the Cutting Shack.  Tickets also available at Dr. Alan Barcomb's (Oakfield) or Jazzy Creations (Pavilion).  Tickets will be sold at T.F. Brown's on March 17th from 6 to 9 PM.  For more details, call 585-794-8221 or visit www.michaelshope.org (upcoming events). 

The dinner is planned for April 2nd at 5 PM. ...

Event Date and Time

March 17, 2011 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Tuesday, August 4, 2009 at 3:20 pm

Win money or Mustang

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The Onion Festival in Elba is this Friday and Saturday, and along with the rides and all things onions comes the chance to win a 2009 Mustang (pictured above) or $18,000, courtesy of the Elba Fire Department.

The winning ticket will be drawn Saturday night at the festival, and the winner will have the choice of the car or money. Tickets are $1.

Art lovers will also have their chance to get lucky, with the Republican Party raffling off an original painting by Bernice Yunker. Tickets are $1 each, or 3 for $2, or 15 for $10. They can be purchased from the Republican booth at the festival.  

 

Saturday, October 25, 2008 at 9:30 am

Holy Family School Annual 10 Trip Raffle & Party

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Holy Family School in LeRoy is hosting their annual. 10 Trip Raffle & Party on Saturday, November 8th from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. at the school gym, 44 Lake Street in LeRoy. This year’s grand prize is a trip for 2 to Hawaii
 
Your $20 donation includes a chance to win one of 10 trips, admission to the party, pasta dinner sponsored by Barilla, beer, wine, pop, and dessert.  Winners do not need to be present.
 
The party will also feature additional floor raffles, blitz raffles, 50/50’s and pull tabs.
 
Tickets are available from any Holy Family student, or by calling Holy Family School at (585) 768-7390.
 
Any businesses or individuals that would like to donate door prizes are welcome to call the school and drop off prizes on the day of the event between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m.
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