Green Eggs help HAAM at Lake Houston Chamber raffle


Raffle items include a chocolate lab puppy that was donated by Leigh Marcus of ReMax Associates.   File photo

The "Big Green Egg," as it has been called, is the ultimate cooking experience according to the Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce and will be part of a raffle at Humble Area Assistance Ministries' (HAAM) yearly Pillars of the Community Banquet March 31. 

Alspaugh Ace Hardware in Kingwood donated the grill that looks akin to a green egg to HAAM, according to a press release from the Chamber. The fundraiser is the only major fundraiser for the ministries. Insperity is also a sponsor.

The event will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Clubs of Kingwood. The grill's estimated value is $1,100. 

“No more than 200 raffle tickets will be sold and you don’t have to be present to win,” event coordinator Diana Hertzenberg said. “Tickets are $20 each or six for $100.”

Raffle items include a chocolate lab puppy that was donated by Leigh Marcus of ReMax Associates, a one-week vacation in a luxury condo in Steamboat Springs, sports and symphony tickets, and more.

Proceeds will directy benefit the ministries, which were founded in 1990 by a coalition of area churches and organizations to help community residents become self-sufficient.

Contact Hertzenberg for the raffle tickets or purchase them on the night of the banquet.

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