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The Multiple Sclerosis Fantasy Ball would like to thank the following vendors for their generous donations to our raffle:
Baltimore Science Fiction Society,
Beale Street Puppet,
Bronze Age Studios,
Brute Force Studios,
Amanda Costales, LMT,
Crimson Chain Leatherworks,
Damsel in this Dress,
Dark Overlord Media,
Dead Bat Designs,
Design by Night,
Double TT Diner,
Echo & Wild Jewelry,
Eli August & The Abandoned Bldgs,
Elsy Fae's Celidh Kitchen,
Fantasy Guilde Studios,
The Fascinating Wench,
Fool Moon Treasures,
Glory Days Grill,
Goblin Road LLC,
The Griffon's Claw,
Hatton Cross Steampunk,
Helm Haven Renaissance Wear,
House of Musical Traditions,
Howl at the Moon,
Ice Pack Games,
The Inner Bailey,
The Italian Market,
J&J Miracle Mead,
Joanna Barnum Illustration,
Jon Carraher Artworks,
Just Lori Creations,
K. Boyland Designs,
Kelly A. Harmon,
King of Swords,
Kissimmee River Pottery,
The Leather Lair,
Legend Games Inc.,
Mad Dash Studios,
Marco Polo Jewelers,
National Multiple Sclerosis Society,
Oil and Lace,
Page After Page,
R. E. Piland,
Red Falcon LLC,
Shelly's Scrap Shack,
Shore Fire Pottery,
Silver Stream of Consciousness,
Smitten-Gotta Have It,
Stepler's Magnetics & Creations,
Strasburg Rail Road,
The Utilikilts Company,
The Washington Capitals,
Tiger Torre Arts,
Toad Stools Tree Stumps,
The Twisted World,
The Walters Art Museum,
Washed Up Creations,
Wolfgang Candy Company, Inc.,
Yaya Han, and
Ye Dragon & Unicorn
The Multiple Sclerosis Fantasy Ball gladly accepts donations. Anyone wishing to donate goods or services should contact our
To ensure we have adequate processing time, please submit all donations no later than four weeks prior to the Event. Any donations received
after that time will be graciously accepted, but may not be showcased in this year's Multiple Sclerosis Fantasy Ball raffle.
Instructions for Team Wench Raffles
How the Bag Raffle works
- Purchase as many tickets as you like for $1.00 each.¹
- Please P-R-I-N-T your (legal) name clearly on both halves of the ticket. If you choose not to do this, then you risk losing
your prize if you lose your ticket stub. Do not use pre-printed labels.
- Separate the two halves of the tickets and keep the halves that say "KEEP THIS COUPON" in the safest place you can find. Don't lose them!
- Now that the "KEEP THIS COUPON" halves are safe, go over to the Raffle Alley to see the vast array of prizes available.
- When a bauble or trinket (or sharp pointy implement!) catches your eye, just drop a ticket (or more than one) into the bag that
corresponds to the item you would like to win. Remember that the more tickets you drop in, the better your odds of winning!
- No excessive loitering in the Alley. If you get caught causing a traffic problem, you run the risk of being arrested!
- At specified times throughout the evening, the Raffle Crew will go around to each item in a (clearly marked) section. Then they will draw
a single ticket from each of the bags, recording which ticket has been drawn from which bag. The Crew will then post the winning
names and numbers so that all can see what they've won.
- The owner of the ticket (who can prove it's their ticket by producing the other half) drawn for a particular item wins that item
so long as it is claimed before the time listed in the program.
- Writing partial (or illegible) names on your tickets. Yes, you can still claim your prize if you have the other half of your ticket
(did we mention yet that you need to keep the half that says "KEEP THIS COUPON"?!?!), but without your name on the ticket
in the bag, it will be much harder for us to tell you that you've won.
- Dropping the wrong half of your ticket in the bag. See #1 above.
- Depositing tickets into the wrong bag -- Please be careful since what goes in
the bag... stays in the bag. Do not reach into raffle bags.
- You lost the other half of your ticket -- notify the Raffle Chair of your situation if you believe you have won. You will have to wait
until the end of the evening, but you may still be able to claim your prize.
All winners MUST claim their prize(s) before the time listed in the program. The other half of the
winning ticket must be presented in order to claim the item. (You did put it in a safe place, right?) The disposition of
any unclaimed items will be at the discretion of the Event Chair.
Since Team Wench is now an incorporated entity, every donation that is accepted by the corporation
has to be added to inventory and tagged prior to the night of the event. Unless pre-arranged with the
Raffle Chair, items delivered to the Raffle on the night of the Event will be graciously accepted but placed
in a future Team Wench Event raffle.
¹ As per IRS tax code, amounts paid for chances in a raffle do not qualify as a deductible charitable contribution. Taxes
on prizes are the responsibility of the winner.