Reverse raffle to benefit Ronald McDonald House


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HUNTINGTON — The Ronald McDonald House of Huntington hosts its annual Reverse Raffle fundraiser at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 28, at Black Sheep Harley-Davidson, 408 4th St., Huntington.

The evening, themed “A Night at the Sock Hop,” will put attendees in mind of the diner feel of the 1950s and ’60s and will feature food, drinks, dancing and music from City Heat. Silent auction items will be available for bidding, and one winner of the reverse raffle will win $1,000, according to a news release.

Tickets are still available and are $50. Tickets may be purchased online at or on the event’s Facebook page “Reverse Raffle – A Fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House.”

The event is the culmination of a semester long capstone project for Marshall University public relations students. A five-person team has worked this semester to raise funds and awareness for the Ronald McDonald House.

Their goal is to sell 250 tickets, raising $20,000 of the $650,000 annual operating budget for Ronald McDonald House. For more information on the campaign, visit the group’s website at

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