FARMINGTON — Farmington Rotarians are announcing the return of the Price Is Right from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, March 24, at Mt. Blue High School. Doors will open at 5 p.m. Concessions will be available.

The perennial favorite features prizes and giveaways and the money booth returns for another chance to grab hard, cold cash. Unlike the real TV show, there is a guaranteed winner of a showcase.

This year’s theme is “Blue and Gold.” Those dressed in blue and gold may win more prizes.

Admission is $10 and attendees must be 18 to play. Tickets are available from Farmington Rotarians and at Madore’s Market in West Farmington, Douin’s Market in New Sharon and Ron’s Market in Farmington.

Proceeds will benefit a wide range of projects around the world and close to home, including help to provide emergency heating assistance, pajamas for children in collaboration with the Franklin County Children’s Task Force, scholarships, backpacks in partnership with United Way’s Packs for Progress program and safe drinking water in Guatemala.

Contestent Barb Larson is pictured in the money booth beside host Kent Wiles during the Farmington Rotary’s annual Price is right. This  year’s event will be March 24 and will again feature the money booth. 

Contestents spin the wheel for a chance at the Showcase Showdown during the Farmington Rotary’ Price Is Right last year. The annual event will continue March 24, benefiting local efforts.

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