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Early-bird Mono Lake Free Drawing winner, plus more chances to win

October 5th, 2017 by Gabrielle, Project Specialist
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Last week we drew the winner of the early-bird Free Drawing prize—congratulations to Orlene Kelting of Hawthorne, California, who won tickets to the Taste of Yosemite event!

I drew the winning name for this year’s early bird prize: a Taste of Yosemite Package for two! Photo by Maureen McGlinchy.

It’s not too late to get your tickets in for a chance to win as well—we’ll be drawing all the other winners in mid-December. This year you can win one of over two dozen incredible prizes including vacation packages, a Cali4nia ski pass, Patagonia gear, and much more.

If you are already a member of the Mono Lake Committee, you should have already received your tickets. You must return them to be entered to win one of these amazing prizes. We suggest you include a $5 donation per ticket to support our work here in the Mono Basin, but there is no donation required to enter.

If you are not yet a member of the Mono Lake Committee, simply send an email with your name and address to Ellen King, Membership Coordinator, and she will send you ten tickets (or more, if you’d like). Be sure to send back the filled-out tickets with your donation to enter the drawing. If you’re coming to visit us in Lee Vining, you can also enter the Free Drawing in the Mono Lake Committee Information Center & Bookstore.

All funds raised from the Free Drawing support the Mono Lake Committee’s protection, restoration, and education efforts here in the Mono Basin as well as our Outdoor Education Program which brings Los Angeles area youth to the Eastern Sierra for a week of outdoor experiences while they learn about their watershed.

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