WESTFIELD - Tickets to win a two-door, two-drawer top espresso cabinet/island with an exquisite granite counter top are on sale by the Westfield Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Donated by Home Base Products of Fredonia, which supplied the cabinet, and Countertop Solutions of Clymer, supplier of the granite top, the cabinet is 50 inches wide, 36 inches deep and 36 inches high. In addition, it has a 10-inch overhang with room underneath for two stools.
The drawing will be held the first week in December, just in time for Christmas, or until the fundraising goal, i.e., the cabinet's $3,000 value is met. There is still time to purchase tickets at the hospital's registration desk, the Emergency Department's entry, the WMH Foundation office inside the hospital or from any member of the foundation board of directors.
Home Base Products of Fredonia owners Kim Woodward and Tammy Petz proudly display their gift-in-kind along with Westfield Memorial Hospital Foundation Director Patty DiPalma and Countertop Solutions of Clymer owner Dan McAfoose. With Christmas in mind, the Westfield Memorial Hospital Foundation invites all to purchase raffle tickets. Drawing will be held the first week in December or until the fundraising goal of $3,000 is reached.
Home Base Products owners Kim Woodward and Tammy Petz also have agreed to sell tickets at their store located at 156 Newton Street in Fredonia and Countertop Solutions owner Dan McAfoose of 593 Maple Avenue in Clymer also will have raffle tickets for sale. In addition, look for ticket sales at various events. Tickets are a bargain at $5 for one or three for $10.
Proceeds from the raffle will benefit the Westfield Memorial Hospital Foundation 2012 Campaign. The cabinet can be seen in the lobby of the hospital. Further information may be obtained by calling the WMHF office at 793-2338 or by visiting www.westiflehospitalfoundation.org.