Cal Holland is a local Wisconsinite, a talented woodworker, and, to his credit, he is also a dedicated craniac. What more could we ask for?
Cal built six birdhouses that could be used as blank canvases for some of the lesser-known artists on our team. His beautifully crafted birdhouses were assigned to a few team members to modify as they saw fit, with no rules or limitations. Bird houses designed by Colleen Chase, Bev Paulan/Brooke Pennypacker, Chris Danilko, Jo-Anne Bellemer and Heather Ray will be featured in this year's online auction, which gets underway September 11 on our Facebook page.
We wanted to offer you one very special bird house in the form of a raffle.
Joe Duff went above and beyond to create this incredible bird house and we wanted to give everyone an opportunity to own it.
We will be selling raffle tickets at the Princeton Whooping Crane Festival and also online.
Each $5 set gives you 5 chances of your name being drawn as the winner of Joe Duff's amazing creation.
More tickets increase the chances of your name being drawn.
The in-person tickets from the festival will be combined with those sold online and a winning name will be selected on October 1st.
The winner's name will be published on our In The Field blog and they will be notified by telephone or email.
Your bird house will be shipped directly to you via USPS at the conclusion of the raffle.
Tickets: One set of 5 for $5 (Quantity shown as 1 is actually 1 set of 5 tickets)