Heirloom Raffle

Our 2018 Heirloom Raffle charity is the Alzheimer’s Association.

Each year at the HOOT Convention we hold a raffle to benefit an organization in need of support. HOOT members create a quilt many times with assistance from some of the wonderful educators from HOOT or around the country. In addition, generous educators donate items to be used in the raffle. This year the organization we are supporting is the Alzheimer’s Association. Many of our parents, family members and friends suffer from dementia and Alzheimers. We hope our contribution to their work will provide benefit to research and support for families.

The Heirloom Raffle booth is going to be located in the main hallway across from the HOOT Gift Shop during the 2018 Convention. Please visit the booth to bid on any item. We have provided photos and some information on each of the items below.

If you are unable to attend HOOT Convention this year, you will be able to download tickets and mail them to HOOT so you can have many chances to win one of our wonderful offerings! Tickets are $1.00 each, or 6 for $5.00. If you come to the convention, be sure to bring your address label stickers to save you writing time! Buy as many tickets as you want for more chances to win. Simply circle one number on each ticket and we will make sure that your tickets get into the right boxes. Good Luck!

Click here for the 2018 Raffle Tickets

For more information on the Heirloom Raffle, please contact HOOT at:

Phone: (614) 394-8028

Convention email:   hootconvention@gmail.com

#1  Theme Quilt “Birthday Flowers”








We are also very excited to have the following artists donating their work to the HOOT Raffle:

#2   Nancy Bateman, CDA – “Penn Dutch/Stroke Chest” (Wood – Oils)





#3   Robert Warren – “Down Home Barn” (Framed Canvas – Oils)






#4   Peggy Harris – “Circle of Love” (Tin Bowl – Oils)






#5   Susan Scheewe Brown – “Timeless” (Framed – Watercolor)







#6   Jamie Mills-Price – “Frost on the Pumpkin” (Framed Acrylic)







Thank you all for your support of Alzheimer’s research.