There are 30 prizes on offer in the Deniliquin RSL's Prize-arama, which is being held on Friday, February 14.SHAUN CONNOR January 22, 2014 4:48am
There are 30 prizes totalling $8000 in value up for grabs in the Deniliquin RSL’s Prize-arama this year.
Held in conjunction with the Deniliquin RSL Fishing Club’s XXXX Gold Fishing Classic, the Prize-arama will be held Friday, February 14.
Tickets for the massive prize draw go on sale from 5pm on the night, with the raffle starting at 7.30pm.
Among the items to be won are a portable barbecue, pizza oven, socket and tool set, Dunlop tyres, a water snake, a Palsonic 50 inch television, recliner, fishing gear and gift hampers.
Deniliquin RSL Club promotions manager Kylie Allan said there’s something for everyone to be won.
Ms Allan said the traditional buffet dinner would also be held for Prize-arama and Deniliquin RSL patrons.
“The all you can eat buffet starts at 5pm, and is $20 for adults and $10 for children - the same as last year,” she said.
Early bird entries for the Fishing Classic close at 6pm Monday, February 10, and fishing will take place on Saturday, February 15 and Sunday, February 16.
A family fun night will be held on the Saturday night, on the Edward River oval, where a boat will be given away.
Another three boats will be won by anglers and presented at the presentation afternoon on Sunday.
For more information about how to register, go to www.denifishingclassic.com.au.
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