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Lucky Winner Takes Home Handmade Wooden Boat Built by LAMP Boatworks

Posted by: Chuck Meide in LAMP Boatworks, LAMPosts

On Wednesday, December 5th, during the Lighthouse's Luminary Night holiday event, we drew the winning ticket in our LAMP Boatworks drawing. This raffle has been an annual event here for the last three years, and is a great way to fund our heritage boatbuilding program.

This year our boatbuilders constructed a beautiful little Chaisson tender, a stylish design dating from the early 1900s renowned for tending sailboats and yachts. The drawing was held at 8:30 pm and the lucky winner is . . . . Glynn McCoy, from Flagler County south of St. Augustine. Congratulations to Ms. McCoy for winning this fabulous little boat, and thanks to all of you that supported our boatbuilding program by participating in the drawing!

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