Raffle offers WestJet prize

The Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs want to send one of its supporters anywhere WestJet flies.

The Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs want to send one of its supporters anywhere WestJet flies.

The club fall raffle is underway until Nov. 14 and it offers several prizes for the lucky winners.

For $5, you have a one in 2,500 chance of winning a WestJet voucher for two to any WestJet travel location, an Urban Cultivator so you can grow your own herbs and greens all winter long or a two-night stay at Tinhorn Creek Winery’s Guesthouse.

“Don’t miss out on the possibility of winning one of these great prizes,” said Richelle Lecky, event co-ordinator.

“All proceeds of the fall raffle will go towards helping to support the many programs and services to help teach children and youth leadership skills, social responsibility and the importance of great health.”

To purchase your ticket, contact your local Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs, visit www.boysandgirlsclubs.ca or call 250-762-3914.

“We look forward to your support,” said Leckey, who also thanks the grand prize suppliers for making the raffle possible.

 

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