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St. John's Drawdown Helps Needy, Offers Attendees Fantastic Fun, Prizes

Do you have your ticket?  That’s what Organizers of the St. John’s Catholic Church Drawdown are asking the public.

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The SoulSations.

This year’s Saint John Drawdown May 16 is shaping up to be bigger and better than last year’s, officials say.
Drawdown tickets cost $125 ($150 with Insurance). Each ticket gives you one chance to win $10,000 and admits two guest to the party. “This is a great event for everyone to get together before we all go our separate ways over the summer,” said Mark Hodge, event organizer.
New this year, the popular group The Soulsations provide entertainment. The group is a 10-piece band from Memphis that keeps audiences dancing throughout the evening.
Tallahatchie Gourmet serves a variety of hors d’oeuvres and guests are invited to help themselves to the open bar. Organizers add that incredible Silent Auction items are available as well as great party events that are up for auction.
Again this year, guests can try their luck at winning a great bottle of wine at our $10 Wine Pull!
The festive event takes place May 16 at the Oxford Conference Center, but guests don’t have to be present to win the $10,000.
All proceeds will benefit The Clayton Stevens Trust Fund. This fund directly helps the needy in the community.
If you need a ticket contact:
Mark Hodge 662-607-0706
Ricky Berry 662-607-3035
Jennifer Downs 662-801-1165
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