With 70 great prizes, the FCC’s ‘Hong Kong Remembers’ raffle is not only a key part of the club’s charitable drive to raise funds for the China Coast Community, but also a great chance to secure some fabulous swag.
FCC members and friends have rallied round to donate an extensive prize list of prizes: two nights stay at The Peninsula, Bangkok; dinner for four at Crown Wine Cellars; lunch for 10 at the famed Ming Kee in Po Toi; books signed by authors Chris Patten and David Tang as well as 13 other FCC member authors; rare copies of late FCC legend Marvin Farkas’s seminal Asian gangster movie ‘Wit’s End’; together with a range of wines and spirits are just some of the items up for grabs.
Tickets priced at HK$50 each are available at the FCC reception, so pick up a few when you collect your tickets to the March 25th ‘Hong Kong Remembers’ extravaganza. If you can’t make that date, support the event by buying a few tickets. The raffle will be drawn at 22.30hrs on March 25th and results posted in the club, on the FCC website and in newspapers.
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