"CHEERS TO 60 YEARS" RAFFLE

Southold Historical Society is pleased to announce the “Cheers to 60 Years” Raffle. 

The raffle which takes place from now through August 31 offers prizes for all different tastes. 

TICKET PRICE: $60

 

The raffle offers a choice of ONE of the following prizes: (PLEASE CIRCLE YOUR CHOICE OF PRIZE ON THE RAFFLE TICKET)

 

  • 5 night stay at a gorgeous, beach community home in Mattituck (off-season which is outside of Memorial Day to Labor Day based on availability) – valued at $1425

  • Canoe - Mad River Canoe Adventure 14, older model - valued at $600

  • Painting of a Dock Scene by Caroline M. Bell, local impressionist artist - valued at $750

  • $600 Cash

  • “Surf Scoter” Decoy carved by the late Ronald G. Dietrich – valued at $500

 

The drawing of prizes will take place on September 14 and winners will be contacted. Those interested in purchasing raffle tickets should call:

631.765.5500 or email info@southoldhistorical.org.  

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PRIZES BELOW!

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5 night stay at a gorgeous, beach community home in Mattituck

(off-season which is outside of Memorial Day to Labor Day based on availability) –valued at $1425. 

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Caroline M. Bell, Dock Scene – Two Sided, on board, 20” x 18” - valued at $750.

 

Information about the artist, Caroline M. Bell:

Caroline M. Bell (1874-1970) was one of the “most recognized artists and teachers working in Southold from the 1920s through the 1960s.” She had a home and studio in Mattituck for much of her adult life where she painted, mostly outdoors. She along with a number other noted artists often met to paint together. Her impressionistic style, while mostly self-taught, is widely-acclaimed. 

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Canoe - Mad River Canoe Adventure 14, older model  valued at $600.

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“Surf Scoter” Decoy carved by the late Ronald G. Dietrich 

valued at $500

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$600 in cash!