Coronado offers chance to win unique Oz memorabilia PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 19 July 2013 09:51

The Coronado Museum’s Dorothy shows off the Wizard of Oz table, chairs and a tea set that will be given away during OzFest in Liberal. A winner for the complete set will be drawn Oct.12. L&T photo/Giseelle Arredondo

 

By GISEELLE ARREDONDO

• Leader & Times

 

Dorothy’s House and the Coronado Museum has recently been donated a couple of items to help raise funds for the Dorothy program or the Coronado Exhibit Hall Fund.

The items that are going to be given away are a table and chairs set from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and they were donated by Terry and Ronda Maxwell.

The chairs are designed as Dorothy, the Lion, Tin Man and the Scarecrow. And the folding card table has a picture of the Yellow Brick Road on it.

There is also a tea set included with the table and chairs. Donations will get a ticket with a chance to win the set. A donation of $10 will get one ticket or six tickets are available for $50. Tickets can be picked up  at The Coronado Museum Gift Shop.

The drawing is scheduled for Oct. 12, during OzFest.

 
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