Conshohocken Bocce Club raised $3,500 for the Colonial Neighborhood Council

The Conshohocken Bocce Club held its first “Money Ball” night on April 9th and raised $3,500 for the Colonial Neighborhood Council, which operates the local food bank and “Meals on Wheels” program.

During the night, ticket holders were treated to a catered dinner, an open bar, and 23 separate chances to win cash prizes. One hundred tickets were sold for $100 each. The patron’s door ticket served as their “raffle chance” to potentially win a prize as numbers were drawn from a raffle ball cage.

For the first 94 drawings, prizes range from $25 to $100. The last drawings include $150, $500, $1,000, and $1,500. Money was also raised through a 50/50 and a separate raffle for a PA Lottery ticket basket with the potential for winning $7 million.