The annual Food For Thought scholarship fundraiser event is reimagined in 2022 due to COVID-19. This year’s event features the return of the Wall of Wine at Cold One Liquor, raffle tickets for great prizes, and a prize board for MN Wild tickets. Thank you for your generous support raising money for academic scholarships.

Wall of Wine –  January 14th at Cold One Liquor in Cloquet

Donate $20 and receive a bottle of wine along with a gift certificate from a local business with a minimum value of $10. The Wall of Wine will be available during regular business hours at Cold One Liquor on January 14 and 15, 2022, or until sold out.  The Wall of Wine is limited to the first 100 participants.

Raffle Tickets – Drawing March 1, 2022

Purchase Food for Thought raffle tickets for your chance to win great prizes. Raffle tickets, $10 each, are sold by foundation members or at the FDLTCC Business Office until the drawing on March 1, 2022. This year’s Raffle prices include a $1,000 Travel Voucher, Television, Fire Ring, artwork by Karen Savage-Blue, Heart Berry Blanket and a B & B Market gift certificate!

MN Wild Ticket Board – Drawing March 1, 2022

Purchase a $10 spot on our MN Wild ticket board for the chance to win two (2) tickets to watch the Minnesota Wild play the Boston Bruins at the Xcel Energy Center on March 16, 2022.
Board spots can be purchased at the FDLTCC Business Office during regular business hours starting December 8, 2021.  Pending availability, board spots will also be available for purchase at the Wall of Wine event at Cold One Liquor on January 14 and 15, 2022. The tickets will be transferred to the winner using the Ticketmaster mobile app. Board spots are limited to the first 100 participants.


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