The public suite tickets include a VIP parking pass and a meal with non-alcoholic beverages. A cash bar will also be available. Drawing will be held at the Habitat booth at 9 p.m. at Thunderfest April 17.
All proceeds from the raffle sale will go to build homes in Richmond County.
To purchase raffle tickets, please call 910-295-1934 and ask for Amanda.
St. Andrews rider qualifies for Collegiate Horse Show Association National Finals
As a freshman one year ago, Rob Jacobs of St. Andrews Presbyterian College failed to qualify for any post-season competitions. This year, he has qualified for the national hunter seat finals in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association.
Last weekend, Jacobs competed at the IHSA Zone competition at Mary Washington University in Fredericksburg, Va., taking top honors in his class – Novice Fences. The top two finishers in each class qualify for the national finals.
Jacobs was the only St. Andrews rider to qualify for the nationals. Jessica Gesel qualified as an alternate as the third-place finisher in Walk Trot.
“It’s very important to me especially since I was the only one to make it on the English side,” said Jacobs of his national qualification. “I think I can represent the school well.”
A sophomore politics major from Temple Hills, Md., Jacobs achieved the highest score of any rider among all fence competitors.
The national finals will be April 25 in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Rohanen blanks Anson in soccer
Kendra York and Courtney Miller each scored a goal as Rohanen Middle School defeated Anson Middle School 2-0 in a girls soccer match Tuesday afternoon.