[Eric Ginnard - firstname.lastname@example.org]
On September 5 the Morris City Council approved an ordinance to allow raffles, like the Queen of Hearts, and outline the parameters for applicants to be approved to operate. After a 10-day waiting period to allow the law to go in effect, the VFW applied for a license.
Zeborowski added the Queen of Hearts game will resume with the next drawing taking place in about a month. There might be some changes including the times during the week they'll be selling tickets and might cap the pot at $1 million.
But of course for Repsel, he is the beneficiary of this Queen of Hearts game with a life-changing amount of money.
"Tonight I was eating salad," he said. "Tomorrow I'm eating steak."