HIGHLANDS – Rotarians are busy this week making final arrangements for their annual Chili Feast Raffle. As usual the community has an opportunity to win spectacular prizes, including a new vehicle from Turner Chevrolet, either a Colorado pickup or a Camaro. There are also 16 other valuable prizes. However, because of safety precautions due to the Pandemic, the location has been changed, and no chili will be served. The Rotary club thanks the community for their support and understanding in these circumstances, and helping with this most important community fund raiser.
There will be nothing held at St. Judes Catholic church this year.
Rotarians will be at the Methodist Church from 9 am till 12 noon on Feb 6th to sell tickets and people are encouraged to come there to buy tickets if they have not bought tickets yet. Cut off for ticket sales will be 12 noon on the 6th. The drawing can be followed on Facebook live on Saturday.
The drawing will be held in the same manner as before – all ticket stubs will be placed in the hopper and all ticket stubs will be drawn and all tickets drawn will be recorded as usual.
Prizes will be available that day at the Methodist Church and if the winner can not pick them up that day they will be taken to Weston Cotten’s Law Office on the corner of Wallisville and Thompson in Highlands.
This is the Rotary Club’s ONLY fundraiser for all of the projects they do in and around Highlands, including Scholarships, Partners in Eduction, Bay Area Homeless Shelter, the book mobile for Highlands Library (in progress), Baytown Youth Fair, Crosby Youth Fair, Bra’s for the Cause and many more, and we are asking the community to please continue their support by buying these tickets. Tickets are available in the community at the office of Larry White, DDS – 281 426 3558, Charlie’s Ice House – 281 426 3632 and Jeremy Rosenkranz State Farm – 281 426 3512 and Weston Cotten Law Firm – 281 421 4050.
Our sponsors will be recognized on that day through signage and we want you to please say thank you to all of them for their support in this difficult year.