9th Annual Casas For CASA raises over $12,000 in proceeds - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9th Annual Casas For CASA raises over $12,000 in proceeds

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The 9th Annual Casas For CASA Raffle and Charity Fundraiser, benefiting CASA of The South Plains, concluded on Saturday evening.

Initial estimates have fundraising totals exceeding $12,000 as of Friday evening. Over 3,000 raffle tickets were sold, each in a bid for one of eight miniature houses that were auctioned off Saturday evening.

The house donors and winners are as follows:

  • House #1, Betenbough Homes, won by Andra Conner
  • House #2, Rustic Outdoor Escapes, won by Charles Chaney
  • House #3, Stone Ridge Group, won by Kalie Campbell
  • House #4, Stone Ridge Group, won by Mari M. Millan
  • House #5, American Institute of Architects, won by Teresa Kimminall
  • House #6, Andrus Brothers Roofing, won by Michael Bourgeal
  • House #7, David Rogers Homes, won by Jody Hymer
  • House #8, Texas A & M Construction Sciences, won by Helen Carter.
All proceeds from the raffle ticket sales will go to CASA of the South Plains, to benefit children who are living in the area.

If you are a raffle winner, CASA of the South Plains will contact you in the coming days to schedule a delivery.

If you live within 20 miles of Loop 289, your new miniature house can be delivered directly to you.

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