You have a truly unique opportunity to help save the life of a child stricken with a catastrophic illness AND win a high proformace Dream Home from Capitol Building company all for the price of a $100 ticket.
Please tell me how you could better spend $100 bucks. One ticket purchased for the St. Jude Dream Home Give-A-Way will provide much needed funds for patient care and for cancer research for children stricken with catastrophic illnesses. The incredible research teams at St. Jude share their findings with doctors all over the world and right here in the Treasure Valley. They are finding cures and saving lives. All of our kids benefit from this amazing work. Oh, and that $100 ticket also buys you a really good shot at a brand new high performance Capitol Building Co. home in the Yellowstone community. Your chances of winning are great because there are loads of other great prizes too.
This year's Dream Home is a 2,720 square foot, 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath ENERGY STAR certified beauty. Just ask Bryan Gates, the head coach at the Idaho Stampede Basketball. He bought our first ticket at DL Evans Bank and he told KTVB Channel 7 that he and the team are behind this project 100%. Join coach Gates and make your 100 bucks work really hard by helping to save a child's life and by maybe even moving you into a brand new home.
Capitol's superintendents, Jarrod Plantenga, Jack Dugger, Ron Wallace and team member Lucas Corder braved the weather through February framing the home which is now in the sheetrock stage of construction thanks very much to S & B Drywall. Mountain Valley Electric has completed their electric rough in as has Western Heating and Air Conditioning. These companies are to be commended for their craftsmanship and their passion for the kids back at the hospital in Memphis. These are local companies truly making a difference in the lives of children who in many cases have nowhere else to turn for hope or healing.
We welcome your thoughts and comments about this year’s project.
For the kids,
Idaho Dream Home Chairman