Post Falls holds ‘Scratch Off’ for local schools

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by TAYLOR VIYDO & KREM.com

KREM.com

Posted on October 24, 2013 at 7:55 PM

Updated Friday, Oct 25 at 8:04 AM

POST FALLS, Idaho -- Scratch-ticket fans put their skills to the test in what is called a “scratch off” to raise money for local schools.

Forty-two schools were at the Greyhound Park Events Center competing against each other to see who could win the most money for their school.

Of the 42 schools, seven made it to the final round.

Only adults could participate in the fundraiser. Participants said it is a fun way to support their students and show some school spirit.

“We’re very excited. We’re hoping to get some big money for Fernan,” said Michelle Olson.

All of the scratch tickets were donated by the State of Idaho.

 

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