FARMINGTON — One highlight of Sugarloaf’s Charity Summit this month is the drawing of an adult two-year Nordic and alpine season pass at Sugarloaf, valid for the 2015/16 and 2016/17 ski seasons with no blackout dates. All proceeds from Charity Summit events benefit Franklin Memorial Hospital’s Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center and the Maine Cancer Foundation, according to a news release from Franklin Community Health Network.

Raffle tickets cost $10 each or three tickets for $25. Raffle tickets can be purchased at Guest Services at Sugarloaf and online. The winner will be drawn at the Charity Summit Ball on Jan. 24. The winner need not be present to win and can give the two-year pass to someone else. Tickets also can be purchased online at

Franklin Memorial Hospital’s Martha B. Webber Breast Care Center provides timely access to state-of-the-art screening, diagnostic, clinical and care-support services, provided by a multi-disciplinary team of experts. Services are available to all, regardless of ability to pay in both Farmington and Livermore Falls.

Maine Cancer Foundation, established in 1976, improves the health and well-being of Maine people. A grant-based organization, the Foundation supports scientific laboratory and clinical cancer research, professional and public education, and patient support programs throughout Maine.

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