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Historic Argyle raffle ends Saturday
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ARGYLE - Historic Argyle's annual raffle is in gear with a Big Green Egg Grill as this year's first prize. The entire grill is made in the United States, with some of the parts made at Forte Products LLC in Argyle.

This year's raffle prizes include: an overnight stay at Circle M Farm B&B; a flannel quilt; a basket of locally-grown produce; a holiday gift basket; a University of Wisconsin tailgate tote with gift items; and a wine basket.

Tickets are $1 each or six for $5 and can be purchased at First National Bank & Trust and Woodford State Bank (Argyle locations), Laurie's Salon and Berget's Jewelry.

The drawing will be at noon Saturday at the Argyle Craft Fair. The craft fair will be held at the Argyle High School. Purchaser of tickets need not be present to win. Tickets will also be available for sale the day of the drawing.

Proceeds from the annual raffle are used for continued maintenance and restoration of the Saxton House, the Red Front Office Building and upkeep for the grounds. This year was a banner year for Historic Argyle with the opening of the Saxton House in June and a homecoming open house in October. The house was also open on Sundays during the summer, and many people toured the home, including several descendants of Robert M. LaFollette.