Woman of Worth has been selling raffle tickets for a 59 Nash Metropolitan powder puff convertible and the 777th and final ticket was sold at last night’s Paint the Town Pink event. Sandy Schmidt, Executive Director for Woman of Worth says they will be selecting the winning ticket for the Nash on November 1st shortly after 5pm in front of the Union newspaper in downtown Grass Valley and broadcast live on KNCO radio. The winner need not be present to win. Schmidt says the 10 thousand dollars raised will go to Hetty’s Haven shelter for woman.
“Those proceeds are going to go towards Hetty’s Haven, direct expenses at Hetty’s Haven to help the operations and the rent and we have winter coming up, so our heating bill, for counseling, for gas for Hetty’s van. So it directly goes to Hetty’s Haven.”
Schmidt says all tickets for the Nash are now sold, you can find out more about women of worth and Hetty’s haven a safe house for families of domestic violence at www. ihave worth.com