First State Bank of the Florida Keys' Main Office at 1201 Simonton Street is displaying a Rick Worth hand-painted bicycle to be raffled off for Habitat for Humanity of Key West and the Lower Keys.
The one-of-a-kind bicycle features fanciful koi fish, an unusual triple set of spokes, wide handle bars, rear view mirror, bell, and front and back lights (accessories courtesy of The Bike Shop).
Tickets are one for $5.00, or five for $20.00, and only 1,000 will be sold. Tickets can be purchased from Habitat's website www.habitatlowerkeys.org, or by calling 305-294-9006.
The raffle will help raise funds for Habitat to further their mission of working in partnership with low to moderate income families to build homes they can afford to buy in the Keys.