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Hospice Dream Home lottery tickets on sale now

Tickets for the 2019 Hospice Dream Home are officially for sale.

Built by Lithium One Homes and located at 4034 Brink Drive at the Nechako View Subdivision, this year’s home is appraised at $640,000.

The 3,800-square-foot rancher-style home features six bedrooms, four bathrooms, five brand-new appliances. Only 10,999 tickets will be sold this year at $100 each, with the grand prize draw for the home being October 25.

“The Prince George Hospice Society feels privileged to provide support to our community when needed,” said Donna Flood, Executive Director of the Prince George Hospice Society. “In return, we rely on our community to support us with the necessary revenue to provide our care. . The Dream Home Lottery is our largest fundraiser and we are asking the community again help us sell out. We remain grateful for the generosity of all the people, organizations and company’s that have generously helped us build this beautiful home, and to our community for their continued support.”

Similar to previous years, there are three early bird draws to help entice early ticket purchases.

“July 26, 2019 is the first early bird draw, featuring 40 50/50 Hospice raffle tickets valued at $1,000,” said Sandra Klimm, special events coordinator with the Prince George Hospice Society. “In addition, we have two other major early bird prizes on September 13 and October 4, so I really encourage the community to purchase their Dream Home tickets early for a chance to win some additional amazing prizes.”

Up to $150,000 in cash will also be up-for-grabs in the annual Hospice 50/50 raffle draw. Tickets are $25 each and the 50/50 draw will be held on October 11. Both Dream Home and 50/50 Raffle tickets will be available for sale at the Dream Home location on 4034 Brink Drive, as well as the Prince George Hospice Society on 1506 Ferry Avenue. Other pop-up locations can be found on the website at www.hospicedreamhome.ca.

More than 40 local sponsors have come together, donating their services and/or products, to make this year’s Hospice Dream Home possible.