Quilt Raffle To Benefit Boys Home

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Boys Home of Virginia, located in Covington, is excited to announce its 2017 quilt raffle.

This year’s quilt is made by Executive Director Donnie Wheatley's sister, Phyllis Gibson, who has made it a tradition to donate handmade quilts to Boys Home each year.

The quilt being raffled this year is 96" x 92" and the name of the pattern used is Charleston Romance.

Tickets are $5 for 1 ticket or $45 for 10 tickets. The winner will be drawn on March 17. All proceeds will go to Religious Life at Boys Home.

To enter, send your information and donation to Boys Home of Virginia- ATTN: Quilt Raffle, 414 Boys Home Road, Covington, VA, 24426. To enter online or for additional information, visit www.boyshomeofva.org/quilt-raffle. Contact Lauren Ward in the Development Office at Boys Home with questions at 540-965-7714.

Boys Home of Virginia is a nonprofit serving at risk young men from all over the country. Boys Home strives to give young men who are on the wrong path a second chance at success. Located in the Alleghany Highlands on over 1200 acres, Boys Home provides a residential setting for close to 60 young men, including an on-campus school, a trades program, sports teams, and more.

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