St. Mary’s Hospital Offers Chance To Win Up To $1,000 in Food

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DECATUR – The HSHS St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary will host the 3rd Annual Grocery Grab Fundraiser complete with raffle tickets for Early Bird and Grand Prize drawings.

Tickets are currently on sale at the St. Mary's Hospital Gift Shop or at any County Market stores in Decatur. Each ticket costs $10 and gives participants the opportunity to win up to $1,000 worth of free food from County Market.

The Early Bird Drawing for one of two County Market gift cards takes place on June 22.

Grand Prizes will be announced at the drawing on July 3 at 10 AM. This drawing will take place at the County Market located at 1175 West Grand Avenue in Decatur.

Those entering must be 18 years of age or older. Winners can also name an alternative shopper if they do not wish to receive their prize. Shoppers can only pick one item per UPC Code, and all items picked must be food. A complete list of items not included are on each raffle ticket.

Interested parties may contact Susan Dudra at 217-791-4215 for more information about the Grocery Grab Fundraiser.

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