American Legion Post 93 draws winners for 2023 recreational vehicle raffle

By Sarah Wolff

Tomahawk American Legion Auxiliary member

TOMAHAWK – Bronsted-Searl-Ingman Tomahawk American Legion Post 93 last week congratulated all the winners in its 2023 recreational vehicle raffle and thanked all who purchased tickets in support of the Post 93 renovation.

Winners were drawn Friday, Dec. 1, at a special celebration at the Legion Post, 327 W. Wisconsin Ave., Tomahawk. Numerous Post members and community members attended the drawing party, which also featured live music by Post Commander Tom Garrigan.

Raffle winners

Raffle winners are as follows:

  • First prize – 2023 Can-Am Defender DPS HD7 with Karavan 7’x13’ trailer: Pat Cleveland of Rhinelander.
  • Second prize – $1,000.00 certificate/cash: Bret Hamricle of Tomahawk.
  • Third prize – $750.00 cash: Eric Reeder (city of residence not given).
  • Fourth prize – $500.00 in Tomahawk Chamber Bucks: Harry Perry (city of residence not given).
  • Fifth prize – $500.00 cash: Allan Raatz of Irma.
  • Sixth prize – $500.00 cash: Jerry Krehmeyer of Neillsville.
  • Seventh prize – $500.00 in Tomahawk Chamber Bucks: Cindy and Jerry Geiss of Merrill.
  • Eighth prize – $500.00 cash: Don Johnson (city of residence not given).
  • Ninth prize – $500.00 cash: Allan Raatz of Irma. Allan donated this prize to the Post 93 Renovation Fund.
  • Tenth prize – Yeti Cooler ($250.00 value): Allan Raatz of Irma. Allan donated this prize for raffle at Matt Graeber’s benefit, which was held at Post 93 on Saturday, Dec. 2.

More opportunities to win, support area veterans in 2024

Post members and numerous Tomahawk-area establishments began selling tickets in spring 2023. Thanks to the generosity of supporters in communities near and far, hundreds of tickets sold. All monies raised through ticket sales and private donations will go to the $300,000.00 Renovation Project, which is nearly at the halfway point.

Post 93 plans additional raffles in 2024 and looks forward to awarding many more great prizes in support of its endeavors to support veterans and their families.

About the Tomahawk American Legion

Chartered Oct. 6, 1919, the Tomahawk American Legion Post 93 is named in memory of three local veterans: Henry Bronsted, the first Tomahawk man killed in WWI; Charles J. Searl, a Tomahawk native killed in a plane crash in WWII; and Einar Harold Ingman, a Tomahawk-area resident who received the Medal of Honor for his bravery and self-sacrifice in combat during the Korean War.

The Tomahawk American Legion supports veterans, youth and the Tomahawk community overall. American Legion membership is open to all veterans exclusive of time or area served. There is also a Sons of the American Legion (SAL) Squadron open to any man whose immediate relatives (parent, grandparent) are veterans.

Tomahawk American Legion, SAL and Legion Auxiliary meetings occur the third Tuesday of every month at 6:45 p.m. All who are interested in becoming a member or supporting the Legion are invited.

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For information about joining the Tomahawk American Legion, email [email protected].

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