Less Than 300 Tickets Remain For Fulton Lions Loot April 28 Drawing

FULTON – Less than 300 tickets remain for The Fulton Lions Club annual “Lion’s Loot” drawing, said Ron Browning, co-chair.

The chance of winning up to $10,000 is quickly coming to an end, and a recent sweepstakes sold out.

The event starts 1 p.m., April 28 at the Fulton Polish Home. Doors open at noon.

“Our goal is to sell all 1,000 tickets as support for this event helps the Fulton Lions Club provide many Fulton area residents with eye examinations, eyeglasses, and hearing aids,” Browning said. “Donations for each ticket are still $50 for adults aged 18 or older. More than one name may be on a ticket and requests for a special number will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Lion Susan Daratt, far right, sells chances on drawings for two lottery ticket boards at last year’s event. For more information or ticket applications, contact either event co-chair: Ron Browning at 315-561-9021 or Dave Dingman at 315-450-2678.


Ticket applications are also available at DeVine Designs, Chirello Advertising, Fulton Savings Bank, Fulton Polish Home, Mimi’s Drive-in, both Fulton and Phoenix Medicine Place pharmacies, Tavern on the Lock, and Family Chiropractic.

  • Every ticket sold will be in the drum for every drawing.

  • You do not need to be present to win, and you can win more than once.

  • Prizes include one $10,000,  $7,000, and $5,000 winner as well as five $1,000 drawings and six drawings of $500.

  • Taxes are the responsibility of the winner.

Each ticket purchased allows two adults to attend the drawing and enjoy food, drink, and entertainment the day of the drawing.

It’s a great party for ticket holders with free refreshments, raffle drawings, and large-pot 50-50 drawings.

Doors Open at 12 p.m.   Main drawing starts at 4 p.m.  Tickets can be purchased at the door.

1st Prize is $10,000

2nd Prize is $7,000

3rd Prize is $5,000

5 Prizes of $1,000

6 Prizes of $500

You can also print the application below and send it in with a check.  Right click and save to your computer or click here for a downloadable PDF.