Grand prize winner in the Campbell River Hospice Society raffle

Winners support hospice society

On Saturday, August 6 the Campbell River Hospice Society drew the winning tickets at the Campbell River Salmon Festival Society and North Island Logger Sports Event for their first big summer raffle

On Saturday, August 6 the Campbell River Hospice Society drew the winning tickets at the Campbell River Salmon Festival Society and North Island Logger Sports Event for their first big summer raffle.

The winners are:

  • 1st prize – 2011 Suzuki Boulevard C50T (VL800) Motorcycle – Bruce Izard, Campbell River.
  • 2nd prize – 58” Samsung TV and Blu-Ray DVD Player – Carol De’Ath, Campbell River.
  • 3rd prize – 10” Single Beveled Miter Saw – Dan Kirby, Port McNeill.

Hospice thanked everyone who purchased tickets and all those who assisted them over the months in selling those tickets.

The raffle was sponsored by Boatland who supplied the grand prize, a motorcycle, and transported it to events so that everyone could see how grand it really was; McKays Home Theater Centre supplied the 58” Samsung TV and a Blu-Ray DVD Player; and Quality Foods suppliedthe 10” Single Beveled DeWalt mitre saw.

All proceeds from this raffle have gone directly back to the Hospice Society, which will assist them to continue providing the important services that they do for our community and surrounding area, free of charge.

Your continued support will also help them make their dream of a Hospice House in Campbell River a reality.

For more information about this raffle, the Hospice Society or how you can support them and future events can be found on their website:  www.crhospice.org.

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