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Grant County Sheriff's Office Holds Fundraiser For Injured Deputies

UPDATE FROM DEPUTY CRAIG CHAMBERLIN: There has been some questions about how the first prize winner of the raffle will receive their prize. The Grant County Sheriff has ensured his agency will verify the winner of the Smith and Wesson is eligible to own a firearm. If that person is not eligible, there will be additional drawings until an eligible winner is picked. Once an eligible winner is chosen, they will have to go through all standard purchasing procedures through Tri-State-Outfitter's in Moses Lake, Washington before receiving their prize.

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KHQ.COM - The Grant County Sheriff's Office is sponsoring a raffle for Deputies Northway's and Spink's families starting Thursday. Several businesses and families in Grant County have made very generous donations for this raffle. 
 
The First prize is a Smith and Wesson M&P .40 caliber handgun. The second prize is a week-long vacation in Majahua Palms, Mexico. The third prize is a guided half-day Pheasant Hunting Trip in La Crosse, Washington. Several other valuable items will also be raffled. All proceeds from the raffle will go to Deputies Spink's and Northway's families. 
 
The flyer for this event is attached and you can purchase tickets, starting Monday, July 16, 2012, at the Sheriff's Office front desk at the Public Safety Building located at 1100 West Mallon Avenue in Spokane, Washington. Business hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Raffle winners do not have to be present at the time of the drawing, which will be on Tuesday, August 14, 2012.
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