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Life House Raffle

Right: Charlyn Barnes assists Life house’s Philip Huston with a raffle drawing at one of the organization’s homes. The prizes were:1st Prize -Engraved 1911 Pistol from Courtesy Pawn2nd Prize -Handmade engraved knife from Danny Masters3rd Prize -20 quart Canyon cooler filled with Rugged Trade gear from rugged trade The winners were 1st prize -Vicki McDonald2nd prize -Tammy Thomspon3rd prize -Tiffany Grice The initial estimate is that Life house raised about $7,000 from the raffle. “The pandemic and oil field bust of 2020 have created growing demand for our program, but limited Life house’s fundraising efforts,” Huston said. “This raffle helps get us towards our goal of raising an additional $200,000 to open another home for men. ”Carlsbad Life house is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that operates sober living homes in Carlsbad, NM to help individuals in substance abuse recovery transition from intensive inpatient treatment or incarceration to sustainably sober, abundant life by providing a safe environment, healthy relationships, and practical skills. For more information, please visit www.lifehousecarlsbad.com or look for the organization on Facebook.

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