The Weogufka Center for Arts, Entertainment, and Education Contest are fun and easy. Not expensive and award some very fine Prizes.
Such as a Holiday Inn Get-A-Way to Orange Beach Alabama.
Such As a Free Rounds of golf to any Alabama Robert Trent Jones Course, and more.
You can enter these contest by clicking on "ADD TO CART" below. or at any of our events see Ms. Margaret Gardner at our Merchandise Booth. Or by mail: Send your check or money order (NO CASH PLEASE" to Weogufka Center for Arts Post Office Box 175 Weogufka Alabama 35183
WIN! WIN! WIN! WIN!
A Holiday Inn Orange Beach Get-A-Way!
Two Fantastic Nights and Three Days
On the beach at Orange Beach
Express Orange Beach
24700 Perdido Beach Blvd.
On The Beautiful
Alabama Gulf Coast
Beach, AL 36561
Your chance to WIN at any of our shows or
events from Ms. Margaret Thornton at the Weogufka Center Merchandise booth. Or
Order them online at www.weogufkacenter.com
Your chances will be mailed to you.
Chances are (30
chances for $20.00/ 15 chances for $10.00 / $1.00 each single)
To be given away at The Weogufka Center during the
Kingsmen and Gold City Gospel Concert November 23 2013
“You do not
have to be present to win!
All profits from this give-a-way will be used to
help save the Historic Old Weogufka School and build the future with the
Weogufka Center for the Arts.”
"Click on ADD TO CART" below:
Four Four Free Rounds of Golf!
At any Alabama Robert Trent Jones Trail Courses From Mobile to Huntsville.
“Four (4) "that's you and 3 of your buddies!" Win 4 great rounds of golf at any Alabama Robert Trent Jones
of the Weogufka Center supporters
and Raycom Media Montgomery
rounds of golf will be Given Away
At the Weogufka
Center at the Perry's and Bryan Free Gospel Show May 25th 2013
Get your Ticket to win
From Weogufka Center Golf Director
At Trade Winds
Golf Course Jackson Gap Alabama.
Or from Mrs.
Margaret Thornton Merchandise Booth at any of our Show
Order Click on the order pad below to place your entries. "
All profits from
this contest will be used to help save the historic old Weogufka School and
build the future Weogufka Center for the Arts, Entertainment, and Education”