Women's Protective Services hosts John Deere Giveaway Aug. 18 - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Women's Protective Services hosts John Deere Giveaway Aug. 18

Provided by Women's Protective Services of Lubbock

Women's Protective Services will be hosting their 13th Annual John Deere Giveaway, August 18th, 2012 at Lubbock Memorial Civic Center (doors open at 7 p.m.)

All proceeds from the fundraiser go directly to aid WPS in providing long lasting therapeutic and supportive services to victims of domestic violence from all over our region. Each year WPS's John Deere raffle is a huge source of much-needed funds for WPS.

Tickets are now on sale to win one of four John Deere Gators or a new Golf Cart. Tickets are available for $100 completely tax deductible. The purchase of a ticket admits two adults to the event, as well as, a delicious BBQ dinner by J&M BBQ, enjoy a one-of-a-kind silent auction, and dance to the great country sounds of The Penni Lawrence Band. Come join WPS for a night of great give-a-ways and saving lives!

Find more info at www.wpslubbock.org.

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