Raffle Tickets Available at WRC Senior Services for Handmade Stained Glass Lamp to Benefit Resident Life Enhancement Fund

BROOKVILLE, Pa. – Terri Corbin, owner of Corbin’s Stained Glass Studio in Summerville, graciously handcrafted and donated a beautiful stained glass lamp to WRC.

The exquisite stained glass lamp shade and lamp base are valued at $645.00. Terri has been in the stained glass business for over 30 years, and it is one of her passions. She also sells glass and supplies and teaches stained glass classes to both beginners and advanced stained glass crafters. Terri specializes in custom designs and can make designs in any color schemes.

WRC is selling raffle tickets to benefit their resident life enhancement fund. Each ticket has two three-digit numbers on it. For your $10 donation, you receive two chances to win! Tickets sales will continue through May 20, 2018. The winning ticket will be determined by the 7:00 p.m. Pennsylvania Lottery Pick 3 evening drawing on Friday, May 25, 2018. If the winner is not local, WRC will gladly ship the lamp to the winner.

Raffle tickets are available at any WRC facility, Corbin’s Stained Glass Studio, the Brookville Chamber of Commerce office, or by calling Morgan Davie at 814-220-2134.

WRC Senior Services proudly provides vibrant living options for all ages through life’s transitions in Clarion, Elk, Jefferson, and surrounding counties and its’ mission is “We Rejoice and Celebrate Life.” For over 127 years, WRC Senior Services has provided skilled nursing, assisted living, personal care, transitional care, affordable housing, independent living, home care, home health, and hospice services to your family, friends, and communities. For more information on WRC Senior Services and its communities, please visit www.wrc.org, follow us on Facebook, or call 814-849-1205.

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