You may find your “pot of gold” in the first H-F community Queen of Hearts game. The prize is up to $10,100 and growing. Queen of Hearts raffles have taken off in other communities, and this first one here is picking up interest, said Terry Keigher, a member of the H-F Fine and Performing Arts Council, one of three organizations that will benefit from the game. Keigher said the pot is growing because “the Queen of Hearts did not show herself, so we rollover for another week.” The drawing on Oct. 31 will be the . . .
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