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KENT–The days are dwindling down to purchase tickets for the 2000 Porsche Boxster S Convertible the Kent Memorial Library is offering as its 2023 raffle car. The drawing will take place outside the Town Hall Sunday, Oct. 29, following the annual Pumpkin Run.

New this year there is a second-place prize, two e-bikes. 

Tickets are available in the library at 32 North Main Street, online, and on weekends during the library book sale. They can also be purchased by mail by sending a check for $25 to Kent Memorial Library with a self-addressed stamped envelope to KML Car Raffle, P.O. Box 127, Kent, CT, 06757.

The Porsche convertible has a blue top with hardback window, 6-speed manual transmission, polar silver metallic exterior, metropol blue interior, illuminated vanity mirrors, 250HP 3.2L 6CYL Engine, and only 21,300 miles.

The Kent Memorial Library launched the popular car raffle many years ago. Proceeds go to support the library’s operating budget and make an important contribution as the library is responsible for raising more than 70 percent of its annual budget.

The Library is located at 32 North Main Street. Visit kentmemoriallibrary.org for more information.

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