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  1. GAME AND FISH NEWS Nov. 25, 2019 Arizona Game and Fish Department State Employees Charitable Campaign raises money for charities Public can enter raffle for 2019 Polaris Ranger Crew XP 1000 EPS Premium through Dec. 1 PHOENIX — The State Employees Charitable Campaign (SECC) annually provides Arizona state employees with an opportunity to voluntarily contribute monetary donations that support more than 400 nonprofit organizations. Now there’s an opportunity for the public to participate as well. The campaign announced that proceeds from the raffle of a 2019 Polaris Ranger Crew© XP 1000 EPS Premium will equally benefit Wildlife for Tomorrow and the Arizona Elk Society, both independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit charities that work closely with the Arizona Game and Fish Department. Together, the organizations provide additional support for habitat projects, water for wildlife, education, and mentored activities, where traditional resources aren’t adequate. In addition, Special Olympics Arizona, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, has been named as the third designated charity to benefit from the proceeds to help assist more than 22,000 Arizona athletes who participate in the program. RideNow Powersports has generously donated the 2019 Polaris Ranger Crew© XP 1000 EPS Premium (valued at more than $18,000) to be raffled as the grand prize. The Arizona Elk Society is hosting the fundraiser on behalf of the three charities and has donated six additional prizes to increase the number of winners. The deadline to enter the raffle is 11:59 p.m. (Arizona time) Dec. 1, with a live drawing scheduled for Dec. 7 (time and location to be determined). Cost is $20 per raffle ticket. For more information, and to participate, visit https://secc.az.gov/ and click on "2019 Prizes and Rules," then click on "Polaris Ranger Raffle hosted by AZ Elk Society."