Photography raffle to benefit Louisiana

Santa Barbara-based photographer Nell Campbell has organized a fundraiser to benefit The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana (read more about CRCL here).  She has donated the photograph pictured below, which she took in 2004 on Little Chenier Road in SW Louisiana.  It is 8″x19″, framed in maple wood, with a white rag mat and UV glass. 

How to enter the drawing for the photograph:  For one entry please send a check for $25 made to CRCL (The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana).  For a $100 check made to CRCL, you will have five entries for the drawing.  Please no cash or credit cards. The drawing will be held on November 10, 2010.  All checks must be received by November 9, 2010. Please mail your checks made to CRCL and contact information to:
Nell Campbell
P.O. Box 45
Santa Barbara, CA 93102
Please include your email address if you want confirmation of your entry.
For questions, please email Nell at nellcampbell@cox.net.

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