, Muskogee, OK


November 9, 2013

Truck prize in Lions Club fundraiser

The winner of the annual Lions Cowboy Cadillac fundraiser held by Oklahoma Lions Clubs will be named in Muskogee thanks to James Hodge Auto Group.

This is in memory of James Hodge, who was a Lions Club member for 50 years. The grand prize is a 2014 Ford F-150, or the winner can choose $15,000 cash.

First prize is a cruise for two with a retail value of $1,000. Second prize is a flat-screen TV, retail value of $500.

Lions Club members across Oklahoma are selling tickets for $1 each or 12 for $10 until the drawing on Nov. 23 at the Muskogee dealership, James Hodge Ford, 1200 N. Main St.

Tickets are available from any member of Muskogee Noon Lions Club or call (918) 869-1203, (918) 348-9130, (918) 351-8437 or (405) 201-0024, or from Firststar Bank, (918) 681-1650.

Proceeds will benefit the Oklahoma Lions Club Foundation which supports Oklahoma Lions Club Boys Ranch, Oklahoma Lions Club Eye Bank, and Oklahoma Lions Club Screening Van.

The van provides free health screenings across Oklahoma.

One of the first Lions Clubs in the world, Muskogee Noon Lions Club has been serving Muskogee for 97 years. Its main fundraising project is the annual Pancake Day held each spring.

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