Ranger Airfield Foundation is raffling a '46 Piper Cub to raise funds for Ranger Airfield.
Proceeds will help RAF acquire a larger tractor and mower (volunteers mow 45 acres with a 1940s tractor and 5ft. shredder) and the installation of a perimeter fence to combat a plague in Texas, a growing wild hog population.
The 2018 & 2019 raffles helped construct the first new hangar built at Ranger Airfield since 1928.
Our 2020 prize is a special Cub you won't want to miss the chance to win!
Recovered in 2002
90 horsepower Continental C-90
125 hours since major overhaul which
included new magnetos and exhaust
Bracket air filter
Grove disc brakes
Removable aluminum belly
Standard Category registered
RAF leases Ranger Airfield, which is directed and maintained entirely by volunteers.
'To protect and preserve Ranger Antique Airfield and promote antique aviation.'
Ticket prices: $50/ticket Discount: $125 for 3 ($25 off)
HOW TO ENTER
In Texas a "raffle" is defined as the award of one or more prizes by chance at a single occasion among a single pool or group of persons who have paid or promised a thing of value for a ticket that represents a chance to win a prize. The Charitable Raffle Enabling Act, effective January 1, 1990, permits "qualified organizations" to hold up to two raffles per calendar year, with certain specified restrictions. In general, a qualified organization is: A nonprofit organization that has existed for at least three preceding years and is exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c), Internal Revenue Code; does not distribute any of its income to its members, officers or governing body; does not devote a substantial part of its activities to attempting to influence legislation; and does not participate in any political campaign. Terms & Conditions