Win A New Electric Golf Cart ...

Coronado Mayor Richard Bailey takes a spin in this brand new, six-seat electric golf cart being raffled at the Coronado Schools Foundation (CSF) Telethon on March 18th. Accompanying him is the new President and CEO of CSF, longtime Coronado resident Jeanmarie Bond.

Enter to win a brand new, six-seat golf cart. Willis Allen Real Estate in Coronado is the sponsor of the Coronado Schools Foundation (CSF) opportunity drawing for this candy apple red golf cart and tickets are available in their office at 875 Orange Avenue. This Forester Six Passenger Electric Golf Cart is powered by a 48 Volt 5KW-AC motor and comes with a two-year bumper to bumper warranty.

Valued at almost $10,000, the drawing for this street legal vehicle takes place at the CSF Telethon on Wednesday, March 18 from 5 to 9 p.m. Broadcast live from the Coronado High School Theatre, this year’s Telethon features four different game show competitions starring students and teachers at Silver Strand and Village Elementary Schools, as well as Coronado Middle and Coronado High Schools. New this year is a “Schooled It” cooking competition pitting teams of teachers from each school site against one another. Join the show live or tune in to Spectrum Channel 19 or ATT Channel 99 to see which school wins!

All proceeds from golf cart ticket sales and the Telethon itself benefit the 3,100+ students enrolled in Coronado schools, fueling the STEM and Arts Pathway programs that enrich their education.

Tickets for this opportunity drawing are available at csfkids.org/golfcart. Simply download the form and mail it to CSF or call 619-437-8059 ext. 5 to purchase tickets by phone. Tickets are one for $25, five for $100, 15 for $250, or 35 for $500.

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