Ranger Airfield Foundation is raffling this Cessna 150 as a fundraiser.
Thank you to all who have supported Ranger Airfield by purchasing your ticket(s)! The drawing is October 6, 2018.
TO BUY TICKETS:
Sales began October 24, 2017 and will end when 2500 tickets have been sold, or at noon CDT on October 5, 2018, whichever occurs first. The winner will be announced at our 12th annual airshow on October 6, 2018. Ticket holder need not be present to win!
• You can get your tickets IN PERSON using cash, check or credit card wherever the Cessna visits
You can MAIL a check to the airfield. You must include a note that you wish to purchase a raffle ticket(s) and include your email address and phone number. Payable to RAF and send to:
Ranger Airfield Foundation
1402 Oddie St.
Ranger, TX 76470
• You can CALL 254-433-1267 - credit card details will be run instantly and securely via Square©
• You can get your tickets online HERE
1962 Cessna 150B
Continental O-200 (100 hp)
Concorde battery '18
New brakes '17
Autofuel STC (we run 100LL)
5 gallons per hour
23 gallons usable
THANK YOU and GOOD LUCK!
*Times subject to change as aircraft will be flown during fundraiser.
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.
Jared Calvert, previous owner of N1247Y, donated the aircraft to Ranger Airfield Foundation.