The year-long project to sell raffle tickets for the 1960 Cessna 172 is drawing to a close!  The Idaho Aviation Foundation will be raffling off the airplane to a lucky winner.     IAF Win Me with LayersV4 small

       When: Saturday June 4 from 4pm-? (drawing is at 6pm)

        Where: AvCenter Hangar at the Nampa Airport (KMAN) near Boise, Idaho. 

        Why:   Come see who does win (ticket holders need not be present to win)! 964 tickets have been sold thus far—and your odds of winning a $30,000 airplane are pretty good!

                   The event is free and open to the public; includes music/dancing, aircraft static displays, free finger food and a cash bar. 

                   It’s your last chance to buy a $50 tax deductible ticket!

 Can’t be there?  The winner’s name will be put on our Facebook Page and emailed to our fans so they can stay informed!

Need more information or have questions? Email us at or call Bruce at 208-871-1423.

The little yet mighty Cessna 172 has flown a long way to raise money for the Rebuild Big Creek Lodge effort.  Bruce Parker and Bill Miller flew the plane from Georgia to Idaho in June of 2015, and the plane has been a visual reminder of the efforts to rebuild the lodge since then.  Volunteers have flown it and worked at aviation events in Montana and Oregon, plus many places in Idaho!  The initiative is expected to raise over $20,000 after all expenses; a great help to the effort!  We thank all donors and ticket holders for their support and interest in this project.

The Cessna 172 raffle is sponsored by the Idaho Aviation Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non profit organization.  Proceeds from the raffle have directly supported the “Rebuild Big Creek Lodge” effort.  All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.