Hub’s Capital Campaign Raffle Features Mini Bike and Quilts

Starts in June with Fourth of July drawing

By Susan Chase
This Caterpillar Machinery-themed mini-bike, restored and virtually new, is being raffled along with two handmade quilts in the Andover Community Hub’s Capital Campaign raffle being held during June, with the drawing held on the Fourth of July. Photo: Larry Chase

A Caterpillar Machinery-themed mini-bike and two handmade lap-size quilts, all made by Andover residents, will be raffled off by the Andover Community Hub as part of their “Come On In” capital campaign.

Rebuilt by a local resident who prefers to remain anonymous, and whose hobby is restoring old mini-bikes, the raffle bike is virtually new, except for its rebuilt engine.

Raffle tickets for the mini-bike are $25 each and limited to one per family to give all participants an equal chance at winning. The two quilts, made by Andover resident Katherine Stearns, will be raffled off separately at $10 a ticket or three for $25.  

Raffle tickets for all three items will be available beginning in June at Hub events and continuing through the Fourth of July festivities on the Andover Village Green where the winning tickets will be drawn.

For further information, contact or 603 735-5509.