A chance to win this motorcycle will help support the Campbell River Hospice Society.

Hospice raffle may get you on the open road

The Campbell River Hospice Society is excited about their first big summer raffle

Have you got your tickets yet?

With the Aug. 6 draw date just around the corner, the Campbell River Hospice Society is excited about their first big summer raffle.

The following are the prizes that are up for grabs, with the total retail value being approximately $15,000:

1st prize – 2011 Suzuki Boulevard C50T (VL800) Motorcycle (sponsored by Boatland)
2nd prize – 58” Samsung TV and BlueRay DVD Player (sponsored by Madman McKays)

3rd prize – 10” Single Beveled Miter Saw (sponsored by Quality Foods)

Tickets are $10 or 5 for $20 and they can be purchased at: the Hospice Society’’s office (301 Dogwood Street), Boatland, Madman McKays, or at Quality Foods.  You will also find Hospice representatives selling tickets at the Pier Street Market every Sunday until July 31, at the Miracle Beach Farmers Market (beside the Miracle Beach Mini Golf on Highway 19A) or at other local events around the Campbell River area until the August 6 draw date.

More information about Hospice, how you can support them and about the Raffle can be found on their website: www.crhospice.org

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