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Brattleboro Area Hospice hosts a benefit raffle where winners get to choose the prizes

BRATTLEBORO—Brattleboro Area Hospice is hosting a Win/Win Raffle, featuring a $1,000 gift card to the Brattleboro Food Co-op, an original Petria Mitchell painting, a figurative ceramic art piece by Susan Wilson, and a Boston townhouse weekend complete with museum passes.

Winners make their choice of prizes with first place having first choice and so on. Proceeds of the raffle will support Brattleboro Area Hospice services which are delivered free of charge to all members of the community throughout Windham County.

Tickets can be purchased in person or online and are available for the price of 1 for $25 or 3 for $50. Tickets will be on sale at the Brattleboro Area Hospice office at 191 Canal St. and at Experienced Goods Thrift Shop at 77 Flat St.

Tickets can also be purchased online by visiting www.brattleborohospice.org and clicking on the link available on the home page. The drawing will take place on Thursday, Nov. 1. Winners will be notified by phone.

Brattleboro Area Hospice is an independent, nonprofit organization that provides nonmedical support to dying and grieving community members and volunteer-staffed assistance with Advance Care Planning. It is 100 percent locally funded and provides services free of charge. For more information, contact the office at 802-257-0775 or email andrea.livermore@brattleborohospice.org.

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Originally published in The Commons issue #476 (Wednesday, September 12, 2018). This story appeared on page A3.

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