FUN NEW WAY TO WIN $$$$$$...A PROGRESSIVE RAFFLE
Simply purchase a ticket ($5.00 each) at Perth Legion
and on Friday night at 5:00 P.M., a ticket will be drawn
and someone will win 20% of the weekly sales. You will
then choose an envelope from a board that holds all 52
cards out of a deck. If the ACE OF SPADES is
chosen, you will win an additional 30% of the weekly
sales. If the ACE OF SPADES is NOT chosen,
the 30% of the weekly sales will go into a progressive
pot. It will continue to build each week until the
ACE OF SPADES is chosen.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A LEGION MEMBER TO PLAY.
Just drop in to the Legion, anytime it is open,
to buy your ticket at the bar.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE THERE FOR THE DRAW. When
you purchase your ticket, you will put your name, phone
number and envelope number (1 - 52), that you would like
to open. We will open the envelope the night of the draw
to see if the ACE OF SPADES is inside the
envelope. If not, new tickets may be purchased for the
next wekk's draw. You will still win your 20% of the
The raffle is being used as a FUNDRAISER for the
Legion. Your support would be greatly
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Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline: 1-888-230-3505
CATCH THE ACE
winner on June 15 was PAUL CAMPBELL,
of Perth, winning $110 (20%) and he chose
Envelope #52 with the TWO of SPADES inside.
(110 tickets sold X $5.00=$550).
The progressive amount of $165 (30%) rolls
over into next week's draw, combined with
last week's progressive portion of $1713,
bringing the total amount of $1878 to be
added to this week's sales if the ACE OF
SPADES is found. Our Legion receives $275
(50%) for this week, added to the total of
$2855 from last week, totalling $3130 in
funds, so far!
You do NOT have to be a Legion member to
play, and you do NOT have to be there the
night of the draw!
Please support our Legion and buy your
ticket for next week's draw for $5.00. The
more tickets sold...the BIGGER the pot. A
FUN 'FUN'draiser for Branch 244!
Try to catch that elusive ACE OF SPADES! For
you, we hope so...for the Legion, not so