On Sunday, July 1, 2001, Iris Harbert, House of Peers President, drew the winning tickets to the exclusive raffle for "Portrait of An Artist as a Young Bloke" and a "Wimberley Tales Set" of tiles.
The pieces were donated to HOP by Harmony Kingdom to help finance HOP activities which included the HK Reunion at Rosemont. The raffle, which raised $505, drew interest as the first winning ticket had the option of selecting their specific prize. Bryan Smith of Maryland was the first ticket drawn and he selected the Peter Portrait as his prize. The second name drawn had no choice but to enjoy his Wimberley Tales Set, which he did, even as he unwrapped each tile to have Martin sign them. Although there was much fuss about Joe McLaughlin missing the Saturday "Murphy's Treasure" Puffin Prototype, he was a winner on Sunday with the Wimberley Tales Set and frame.