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WCA Car Raffle Draw September 23

Posted on: September 19, 2019  |  

The Whiteshell Cottagers Association and it’s volunteers held a car raffle this summer for a 2018 Ford EcoSport SUV.  On Monday Sept 23 rd  Rochelle Squires, Minister of Sustainable Development has agreed to draw the winning ticket and then assist us with making cheque presentations.

The 5,000 tickets have nearly sold out.

All proceeds will go to raise funds for Camp Quality Manitoba ( summer camp for kids affected by cancer), provide a scholarship for an Environmental Sciences student, and begin a program to eradicate purple loosestrife in the park.  (license # LGCA -7606-RF-30554)

Please join us for the draw on Monday Sept 23rd at 2:30 PM

Investors Group Multi-Purpose Room

20th floor – 201 Portage Avenue (at Portage and Main)

 

Rules governing the raffle

The age limit to purchase tickets or win prizes is 18 or over.

The winning ticket will be drawn from a drum at Investors Group – 20th floor 201 Portage Avenue on September 23, 2019.  Every ticket holder has the right to witness the draw.

If the prize is unclaimed, another ticket will be drawn after 30 days.

The raffle is open to all WCA Members, WCA Directors and members of the public.  Tickets may not be sold outside the province of Manitoba.

5,000 tickets are available

Winner responsible for PST (GST is paid)

All proceeds donated to Camp Quality, Educational scholarship for environmental student, purple loosestrife elimination

(license # LGCA -7606-RF-30554)

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