Two mini-mansions, playhouses made especially for children, will be given away at the Logan County Fairs in Paris and Booneville in drawings to be held in August and September.

Tickets to have a chance at winning one of the playhouses are now on sale. One ticket is $5. Five tickets can be purchased for $20 and 30 tickets are $100.

The fundraiser supports the Court Appointed Special Advocate program for the 15th Judicial District, which includes Logan County, a non-profit charitable organization. CASA volunteer advocates are trained and appointed to actual cases of child abuse or neglect. The advocates assist in making the needs of children known to the juvenile court.

The Train Station built by FFA students at Paris High School, instructor Jason Binz and others. It has as architectural shingles, vinyl siding, windows for good ventilation, black boards, dry erase board, mural, tall ceiling, is insulated throughout, and has wood work inside with durable finish. The drawing for it will be Aug. 17, the last day of the Logan County Fair in Paris.

Old School House was built by FFA students at Magazine High School with instructor Joe Bob Staton. It has metal roof and siding, is insulated throughout, includes a laminate floor, four windows, a large door and two electrical outlets with a connection outside for an extension cord. It also includes children’s school furniture and supplies, window boxes and a sturdy, two-person rocker.

The drawing for it will be Sept. 7, the last day of the Logan County Fair in Booneville.