Lake Pend Oreille High School firewood raffle

By Randy Wilhelm
Reader Contributor

The LPOHS senior class stands behind the firewood being raffled off this year. Buy a ticket! Better yet, if you win, donate it to a disabled veteran who needs it this winter. Courtesy photo.

Brrrr … it’s cold outside. If you’re like most people, this cold weather seems to have shown up a bit early, and maybe you’re unprepared with firewood. We have just the answer; the LPOHS Senior Class if raffling off chances to win a cord or two of firewood. Tickets are $5 each or five tickets for $20. You can purchase your tickets in the office of the school any time during the week or from Senior Class members. Proceeds go to Senior Class activities. This could be your lucky year!

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