Sharon Bell is the owner of a brand new BMW 320i, courtesy of Rancho Santa Fe Attack and Mossy BMW of Vista. Bell was the winner in the RSF Attack fundraiser in which 2,750 raffle tickets were sold and raised $54,500 for the club.
Upon being given the news that she was the winner, Bell remarked to Director of Coaching Malcolm Tovey, “I only bought the ticket to support my neighbor’s daughter who was selling them to help raise money for the club. I never thought my one ticket would be the one! I never win anything.” That has changed now as she drives around in her new car!
Bell was one of five winners in the raffle that took place at the Picture Day activities on Sunday, Oct. 6, at the RSF Sports Field. The other prizes awarded included a JVC 55” HDTV won by Amy Lovell. Lovell commented that her new TV made her 32” TV seem “like a postage stamp in comparison!” Two wine baskets were also given out, each valued at $500 and donated by the Lischewski family.
Rancho Santa Fe Attack is a non-profit youth soccer organization that provides the local soccer community with the resources and support necessary for all levels and age groups to play. RSF Attack offers fall and spring Rec. programs and competitive teams in all age groups. For more information on RSF Attack, visit www.rsfsoccer.com or call the office at 760-479-1500.