Vintage Saddle Raffle
to benefit local IPLAY charity program for kids
Rare vintage saddle for raffle to benefit local IPLAY charity program for kids. This saddle has history! It was made by H.S. Lebman, a gun maker from San Antonio, Texas who worked with Baby Face Nelson and the Dellinger Gang in the 1930's and 40's making and modifying Tommie Guns. He was also known for making these beautiful and rare saddles, one of which is on display at the Museum of the Horse. If you want a piece of history AND to help a great local charity at the same time, THIS IS YOUR CHANCE! For only $5 each, you can purchase raffle tickets for this beautiful rawhide saddle (seat measures about 16"). It is in great shape! All proceeds go toward providing Mountain Home's beginning band students with access to musical instruments that they can use FREE OF CHARGE through high school! What a deal! The winner will be drawn for just after the Air Force Appreciation Day parade at the Odd Fellows hall (155 N. 3rd E.) on Sept 12th. Don't delay - help Mountain Home's kids today! Pm us, comment, call IPLAY Chairman Kathryn Smith (208-995-9989), or email her (firstname.lastname@example.org). There are so many ways to buy tickets! We can't wait to hear from you!