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Clendenens win North Shore Rotary raffle top prize

Mike Williams, incoming President of the North Shore Rotary Club, presents the keys to a 2015 Toyota Tundra to raffle winners Mr. and Mrs. Matt Clendenan of Deer Park.
Mike Williams, incoming President of the North Shore Rotary Club, presents the keys to a 2015 Toyota Tundra to raffle winners Mr. and Mrs. Matt Clendenan of Deer Park.

NORTH SHORE – The Rotary Club of North Shore held its 40th Annual Fish Fry on May 16 at the Rotary Pavilion on Wallisville Road where about a thousand people attended.

A donation of $100 gave you a chance to win a new vehicle, your choice of a Toyota Tundra truck, or a Avalon sedan. Nineteen other prizes were also awarded.

Fish Fry chairman Mike Williams reported that the event raised over $150,000 in the live auction, another $160,000 in ticket sales. This money is returned to the community throughout the year, in scholarships, support of youth projects.

The vehicle for the winner was provided by Community Toyota of Baytown. The winner, Matt Clendenin, said that he chose the Tundra pick-up truck of the two choices he had.