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AUTUMN ON PARADE 2nd ANNUAL 60/40 RAFFLE - YOU GET 60% WE KEEP 40%!

Yes we have all heard of the traditional 50/50. Autumn on Parade wanted to do something a little different than everybody else. So, we came up with the idea of giving away a little more money, 10% more to be exact. After many group discussions we decided to introduce the 60/40. It will be exactly the same as a 50/50 only the winning ticket drawn will receive 60% instead of the 50% traditionally given.

In 2016 the winner received $10,170. “We bought almost twice as many tickets as last year, so if we sell out someone will be winning close to $20,000 said David Boehle 60/40 chairman. The drawing will be on Sunday October 8th 2017 after the parade. The cost of the tickets is a book of 6 for $5. Tickets can be purchased from any Autumn on Parade committee member or many businesses. A list of businesses that are selling are listed below. If your favorite business sells the winning ticket they will win a cash prize that comes out of our 40%. So please support Autumn on Parade and our local businesses. Tickets will also be sold the weekend of Autumn on Parade by committee volunteers. Need not be present to win.

Tickets are now on sale at the following businesses:
  • Stillman Bank (Oregon)
  • Harvard Bank (Oregon)
  • Joanne’s Total Image Salon
  • Snyders
  • Chili Pepper
  • Messies
  • Breakers
  • Jays
  • Red Stone Salon & Spa
  • Pepper Mill
  • Kunes Country
  • Merlin’s
  • Shell
  • Chana Tap

Last Year's Winner

Autumn on Parade 60/40 Chairman Jessie Hafer, center, poses with Joni Willard, Oregon, whose ticket was drawn on Sunday winning her $10,170. At far left, is Sue Harler, shift manager for Snyder's Ace Hardware, the store that sold the winning ticket. At far right, is Joanne Canfield, owner of Joanne's Total Image Salon & Spa, which sold the most 60/40 raffle ticket books prior to the festival. Photo by Earleen Hinton