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Just In Time for the Holidays; Madison Rotary 50/50 First Prize $20K

MADISON, NJ  - Who couldn't use $20K this holiday season?
The Rotary Club of Madison has announced its annual 50/50 Fundraiser is underway.

"In its 32nd year, this project accounts for the major portion of funds to be distributed at the Club’s Charitable Distribution Luncheon in May next year," the club said in a statement.

There are 600 tickets to be sold at a cost of $100 per ticket. If all tickets are sold, the prize money will be awarded in the following amounts: First Prize: $20,000; Second Prize: $5,000; Third Prize: $3000; Fourth Prize: $1200 and Fifth Prize: $800.

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"Winning tickets will be drawn on Thursday, December 10 at the Rotary Holiday Luncheon at the YMCA," the Rotary added. 

The 2014 Grants & Sponsorship Luncheon provided $45,000 to over 45 local charities, non-profits and high school scholarships. Other fund-raising activities include the Taste of Madison, Community Shredding Day, and Bottle Hill Day’s sales of hamburgers and hot dogs.

Anyone may purchase tickets through any Madison Rotarian. For further information, please call 50/50 Committee Chairman Andrew Boles at 973-377-2377 or visit our website at



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