DEADLINE TODAY – North Texas Food Bank Raffle!
Last Updated on Monday, 23 December 2013 08:41
Written by theglasshousetx
Monday, 23 December 2013 08:41
Today is the LAST DAY of the North Texas Food Bank Raffle! Winners will be posted at the register tomorrow so make sure to bring your canned goods in today. Your donations will help feed hungry families in our community during this holiday season, and you can win some pretty killer prizes just for helping out.
The details of the raffle in case you missed them:
Bring THREE non-perishable food items to The Glass House and receive ONE raffle ticket. (Or, bring SIX for TWO raffle tickets. Or, bring NINE for THREE raffle tickets!)
The raffle began on December 1 and will conclude on December 23.
Winning tickets will be posted AT THE REGISTER on December 24.
Winners can collect their prizes any time between December 24 and January 1, 2014.
You don’t have to be present to win, but you MUST collect your prize by January 1.
In other news, High Times posted a list of their top “8 WTF Marijuana Moments of 2013”. Not the greatest marijuana moments…just the craziest. They included some stories we hadn’t even heard, including a 114 year-old man who got busted for marijuana use and a Wendy’s employee who accidentally topped a burger with a half-smoked blunt. People are nuts. Check out the hilarious recap here.
We want to know – what would you have put on the list? And, now that we’re thinking about year-end recaps, what do you think were the greatest marijuana moments of 2013? Maybe you have some cannabis-related New Year’s resolutions? We want to know. Share them in the comment section or on our Facebook page.
From our House to yours, happy holidays!
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