Washington County Museum of Fine Arts announces raffle winners

April 11, 2012
  • Diane Sanford, center, of Hagerstown, with board of advisors member Dale Stein, and Bradley Pingrey, president, board of trustees. Sanford won a $5,000 shopping spree at R. Bruce Carson Jewelers.
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The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts held its annual raffle drawing on March 15 during the museum's annual membership meeting.

Twelve winners were selected from the 2,389 ticket entries.

The raffle, which supports the museum's annual operating program, netted $18,685. Dale Stein was chairwoman this year and was assisted by Alaina Alter.

This year's top-selling raffle ticket seller was Teresa Barr.

  •  Diane Sanford of Hagerstown won a $5,000 shopping spree from R. Bruce Carson Jewelers.
  •  Jim McCoy of Boonsboro won a Stephen Magsig oil painting.
  •  Magnus Dahlgren of Hagerstown won a getaway at Texas artist's retreat, (includes $500 spending cash).
  •  Lois Gilbert and family of Hagerstown won a portrait session and artist giclee by Chris Heurich, as well as a memory book by Linda Ford.
  •  Jean Cushwa of Williamsport won Pot O' Gold, $500 cash.
  •  Samantha Ryan of Sharpsburg  won a framed and signed giclee;e of Harry Richardson's "Trostle Farm/Witness Tree."
  •  Rosanna Gonzalez of Hagerstown won a Hagerstown Suns Baseball 35-game general admission plan and a $50 gift card for concessions.
  •  Jenn Barr of Clear Spring  won season tickets for Robert E. Parilla Center for the Performing Arts at Montgomery College.
  •  Cathy Funk of Mercersburg, Pa., won a one-night stay and dinner at James Buchanan Hotel.
  •  Jane Horst of Martinsburg, W.Va., won a Martin's Food Markets gift card and bread for a year from Panera Bread.
  •  Patricia Seifarth of Maugansville won a Sunday brunch for fourat the Bavarian Inn in Shepherdstown, W.Va.
  •  Ed Baer of Hagerstown won wine tasting for four and $70 for wine purchases at Knob Hall Winery.

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