House raffle for charity set

Ronald McDonald House is raffling off a house in Encinitas to raise money to help build a new “home away from home” for families of sick children, a news release stated. Thousands of dollars in cash prizes will also be offered in the annual Dream House Raffle. The $150 dollar tickets give buyers a chance at both the 4,600-square-foot house and other prizes. The Grand Prize winner can choose between the house or $1.6 million.

To enter the raffle, call (888) 433-0331, or go to www.sdraffle.com and print a registration form. Forms can be mailed or dropped off at Ronald McDonald House Charities at 3101 Berger Avenue, San Diego 92123.

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