Holiday Getaway Giveaway
Spend part of your holiday season at the amazing French Lick Resort thanks to Eagle Country 99.3!
We are giving away a prize package including a free two-night stay at the resort, plus two kids club passes and $100 in spending cash. The entire getaway package is worth more than $700!
Learn more about French Lick Resort at www.frenchlick.com.
How can you have a chance to win? Head to any of our Holiday Getaway Giveaway sponsors (listed on this page). Look for the entry box, fill out a form, then listen to Eagle Country 99.3. We will randomly select four finalists for the grand prize to be drawn live on the radio.
The three other finalists will each receive a consolation prize of $99.30 cash.
Good luck and merry Christmas from Eagle Country 99.3!
Must be 18 or older to win. No purchase necessary. Find full contest rules at https://www.eaglecountryonline.com/contests/wagon-wheel-broadcasting-contest-rules/.
Rock to End Alzheimer's Concert Benefit
Come out for the 5th annual concert benefit Saturday February 23rd at The Gibson! Jessie Strassell will be opening for The Boehringers. $5 at the door. Doors open at 7:15 and music starts at 8! There will be Wine & Beer, Split The Pot. All ages welcome. Come out to listen to some great music by some local talent and help raise awareness for the disease. Like our page on Facebook!at Gibson Theatre
4-H Outdoor Skills
Outdoor Skills is a new discipline withing the shooting sports program. We meet monthly, year round and learn about everything outdoors. We go on fishing trips, hiking, Red Wolf Sanctuary, the Oxbow, learn about shelters, how to build a fire, outdoor cooking, first aid, plants, animals, tools and maintenance, and so much more. We are currently working on a canoe trip and a camping trip. Please call Cari at (513) 266-9361 or Greg at (812) 655-1354 for more information.at Dearborn County 4-H
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