Dinner, gun raffle on tap


Pictured are, from left, Sheriff John L. Hinton, Sgt. Brian Newsome (K-9 handler), Carl C. Ferguson and Father Thomas Buffer standing by the advertisement for the charity dinner.


Sacred Hearts Parish is hosting a dinner and gun raffle that will be open to the public on Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Sacred Hearts shelter house located at 4680 U.S. 42, Cardington.

There will be limited seating so bring a lawn chair and be prepared to have fun at the dinner which starts at 6 pm. The cost is $10 per person and you must have the ticket for the dinner. There will be five guns raffled immediately after the dinner with additional guns for the raffle based on ticket sales; winner need not be present to win.

All winners will be eligible to win under the relevant state, federal and local laws and regulations. The proceeds will be split between the Morrow County Sheriff’s K-9 unit which will receive 10 percent and the parish building debt will receive 90 percent from the ticket sales.

For information contact Carl Ferguson 740-387-5814 or John Hinton 419-295-5377.

Pictured are, from left, Sheriff John L. Hinton, Sgt. Brian Newsome (K-9 handler), Carl C. Ferguson and Father Thomas Buffer standing by the advertisement for the charity dinner.
http://morrowcountysentinel.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2017/08/web1_20170727_130012.jpgPictured are, from left, Sheriff John L. Hinton, Sgt. Brian Newsome (K-9 handler), Carl C. Ferguson and Father Thomas Buffer standing by the advertisement for the charity dinner.