FARMINGTON – The fourth annual Farmington Rotary’s Price is Right game will return to Farmington at 7 p.m. Friday, March 24, at Mt. Blue High School. The game will have a country western theme where contestants from the audience will be “called on down” to guess the price of top merchandise and win prizes.

Master of ceremonies, local attorney Paul Mills, and the announcer, Roger Lambert, dressed in western duds, will entertain the audience. This is one of the Rotary Club’s major fundraisers of the year, and all profits are donated to more than 25 community service programs.

The show will feature take-offs of Price is Right games that club members have constructed, such as the Queen of Hearts, Plinko, the Yodeler, the Ring Toss, Beat-the-Clock, Punch-OUT and the final Wheel of Chance. Members of the new Mt. Blue High School Interact Club and the Mt. Blue cheerleaders will be in costume as they display merchandise.

Final Showcase prizes change each year and in the past have been complete packages of kitchen appliances, camping gear and outdoor recreation valued at more than $1,000.

“It is a lot of fun, and the audience goes crazy like they do on TV,” said committee Chairman Clayton King.

Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door and are available at Mickey’s Hallmark on Main Street, Harris Real Estate on the Wilton Road or from any Rotarian.

The club raised more than $12,000 last year to help local organizations and individuals in need as well as to aid community projects in developing countries around the world.

For more information about Rotary, contact club President Adrian Harris at 779-9000.

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