Big win for Hillsboro Rotarian


Hillsboro Rotarian Ted Rosenmayer, right, receives a check for $766 from acting treasuer John Abell at Tuesday’s Rotary meeting after Rosenmayer ‘s winning ticket was drawn in the club’s weekly split-the-pot cash drawing. To win, a club member must have the winning ticket for the small pot, then draw the Queen of Hearts to win the larger pot. No one had drawn the queen all year long until there was one card left, so whoever won the ticket drawing was automatically the winner of the large pot on Tuesday. Rosenmayer’s win was greeted by good-natured groans and boos from his fellow Rotarians. The other half of the money raised in the split-the-pot contest benefits the Rotary Foundation.


Hillsboro Rotarian Ted Rosenmayer, right, receives a check for $766 from acting treasuer John Abell at Tuesday’s Rotary meeting after Rosenmayer ‘s winning ticket was drawn in the club’s weekly split-the-pot cash drawing. To win, a club member must have the winning ticket for the small pot, then draw the Queen of Hearts to win the larger pot. No one had drawn the queen all year long until there was one card left, so whoever won the ticket drawing was automatically the winner of the large pot on Tuesday. Rosenmayer’s win was greeted by good-natured groans and boos from his fellow Rotarians. The other half of the money raised in the split-the-pot contest benefits the Rotary Foundation.

Hillsboro Rotarian Ted Rosenmayer, right, receives a check for $766 from acting treasuer John Abell at Tuesday’s Rotary meeting after Rosenmayer ‘s winning ticket was drawn in the club’s weekly split-the-pot cash drawing. To win, a club member must have the winning ticket for the small pot, then draw the Queen of Hearts to win the larger pot. No one had drawn the queen all year long until there was one card left, so whoever won the ticket drawing was automatically the winner of the large pot on Tuesday. Rosenmayer’s win was greeted by good-natured groans and boos from his fellow Rotarians. The other half of the money raised in the split-the-pot contest benefits the Rotary Foundation.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_check.jpgHillsboro Rotarian Ted Rosenmayer, right, receives a check for $766 from acting treasuer John Abell at Tuesday’s Rotary meeting after Rosenmayer ‘s winning ticket was drawn in the club’s weekly split-the-pot cash drawing. To win, a club member must have the winning ticket for the small pot, then draw the Queen of Hearts to win the larger pot. No one had drawn the queen all year long until there was one card left, so whoever won the ticket drawing was automatically the winner of the large pot on Tuesday. Rosenmayer’s win was greeted by good-natured groans and boos from his fellow Rotarians. The other half of the money raised in the split-the-pot contest benefits the Rotary Foundation.
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