Pictured front: Seniors Lloyd Ziparo and Claire Hulslander. Back row (l-r): Jim Ennis, President of the Syracuse Corvette Club; Sandra Winkworth Club Governor of the Syracuse Corvette Club; EJ Jackson, West Herr Auto Group East Syracuse Chevrolet and his daughter, Natalia; Anne Weslowski, Zone Manager of Chevrolet; Heidi Monsour, Director of Special Events and Programs; Matt Keough, CBA President; Mike Barker, Integrated Marketing, and John Marshall '67, Honorary Board Member.
CBA is pleased to announce that David Murray of Skaneateles is the winner of the school’s 32nd Annual Corvette Raffle, sponsored by East Syracuse Chevrolet, a member of the West Herr Auto Group.
Murray could choose between the car or $40,000, and decided to go with the car.
Murray’s winning ticket number was 003171. The second prize winner of $1,000 was Dee Robinson of Skaneateles (ticket number 061375). Winning third prize of $500 was Charles French of Old Chatham, NY. Ticket number 064172.
The names were drawn by President Matt Keough at an assembly in the Lynch Gymnasium. Also on hand was Town of Dewitt Police Officer James Dean, EJ Jackson, General Manager of West Herr Auto Group East Syracuse Chevrolet; Anne Weslowski, Zone Manager of Chevrolet, and Mike Barker of Integrated Marketing. Jim Ennis, President of the Syracuse Corvette Club, and Sandra Winkworth Club Governor of the Syracuse Corvette Club were also in attendance.
“Praise the Lord,” Murray responded when Keough called to tell him the good news. “Thank you for all you do for the school and the community,” he added.
Proceeds from the raffle help to benefit the Financial Aid and Scholarship programs at CBA.
“The corvette raffle is one of CBA’s major fundraising events and something our school community looks forward to each year,” Heidi Monsour, Director of Special Events and Programs at CBA said. “It is a vital part of sustaining the outstanding programs and facilities we offer our students at CBA. We thank all of those who supported this year’s corvette raffle, especially our parent volunteers, and we congratulate David Murray this year’s winner.”