Camrose Chase the Ace Progressive Raffle 45
total raised *
Thu Mar 23 2023
Thu Apr 06 2023
Thu Apr 06 2023
Safety Starts Here, 5051 50 Street, Camrose AB
The winner will claim 20% of Ticket Sales
Has a Chance to draw the Ace of Spades to
Claim the Progressive Jackpot of $28,375+
FEATURED CHARITY – CAMROSE AND DISTRICT FISH AND GAME ASSOCIATION
The Camrose and District Fish and Game Association will receive 20% of ticket sales from this event to upgrade and maintain Walking Trails at Pleasure Island, a year-round public use Habitat Property improved and maintained by local association volunteers.
This wheelchair accessible park, including the most used pond of its size in Alberta, includes a stocked fishpond with fish platforms, a small rock amphitheatre, wildlife viewing platforms, walking trails, and a camp kitchen.
For close to 100 years the Camrose and District Fish and Game Association members have been ensuring more habitat, fish and wildlife resources for the use and enjoyment of all those in the Camrose area, all Albertans, and future generations. The organization advocates for the common interests of ethical hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts. These benefits are free for all to enjoy regardless of whether they are members.
Learn more on Facebook at @CamroseFishandGameAssociation.
MAJOR PROJECT - HOSPICE SOCIETY OF CAMROSE AND DISTRICT
The Hospice Society of Camrose and District (HSCD) is excited to have been chosen as the major project recipient for the Chase the Ace Progressive raffle. 20% of ticket sales from every event in the raffle is designated for donation to HSCD. This event the spotlight is on:
Grief Support Walking Groups
Rosie Llewellyn-Thomas joined our Grief Walking group almost four years ago when her husband died. The simple act of walking and talking in a safe, confidential group helped her grieve.
“I believe it was a lifeline and a lifesaver for me. It is a supportive, safe, soft, joyful place to land with no expectations.”
Volunteer walking leader, Nicole Luft, said the combination of exercise, laughter, coffee and conversation allows some people to express their feelings of grief. The group often walks around Camrose’s Mirror Lake, or on the indoor walking track, before stopping for coffee and conversation.
Check out all our programs of the hospice, including more information on the walking group. Our programs are free, but we rely on your donations so we can help others.
PRESENTING SPONSOR – ROTARY CLUB OF CAMROSE
HOST ORGANIZATION - CAMROSE SERVICE CLUBS GROUP
Thank you for your support of this fundraising and community building project of the Camrose Service Clubs Group - you are making a difference in our communities.
Learn more about our charities at CamroseChasetheAce.org
AGLC LICENCE # 574288 – Rotary Club of Camrose Daybreak
Online sales only to adults 18 years of age or older in Alberta