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Spanspek Scholarship Raffle

Good afternoon folks!  I hope you're doing well!  Currently I find myself hungry for lunch and listening to some new fangled electronic music.  It's making for a trippy combination.  You know what else makes for a trippy combination?  Seguing from that to our Spanspek Scholarship Raffle!

Alright, so here's the deal.  We want to be able to provide the biggest scholarship we can to the students of Orosi High School.  With that in mind, we'll be holding a raffle during this Friday's festival to raise additional scrilla.  All proceeds from the raffle will go specifically to fund the scholarship. 

Pretty awesome right?  BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE!  For each dollar donated to the Scholarship fund, you will be entered into a drawing to win a prize pack that includes the following:
  • Stickers, buttons, and a $10 gift card from Visalia's Velouria Records;
  • Merch from Sloppy Stitches by Tron;
  • Albums and merch from Spanspek bands, including Werebear, Basura, Sci-Fi Caper, and Sahab!
The winner will be announced at the end of the night!  Also winners must be present to win, cause we're sneaky sneaks like that.

So that's the scoop on raffle!  Thanks to everyone who donated prizes, in particular Velouria Records!  They're a great record store in Downtown Visalia, so be sure to visit them if you're in the area!

Thanks again and we'll see you this Friday, September 28th for SPANSPEK!!! 

2011 Spanspek Scholarship Award Recipient
Crystal Pina

2012 Spanspek Scholarship Award Recipients
Abigail Sanchez and Elvin Rivera
 


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