$1,000 raffle supports the Skagway Arts Council

SKAGWAY — The Skagway Arts Council is holding a fundraising raffle with a prize of $1,000. Tickets are $5 each and the winner need not be present for the Oct. 2 drawing.

Tickets are available now from the red kiosks at Gold Rush Gifts, White Pass and Yukon, Skagway Mining Co., Lynch and Kennedy, Olivia’s Bistro and Klondike Gold Fields.

Established in 1974, the Skagway Arts Council is a non-profit, volunteer organization whose mission is to improve and enrich the quality of life in Skagway by expanding and diversifying art awareness and involvement.

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