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Hospice Dream Home Lottery won by Fort St. James man

Donna Flood, Executive Director of the Prince George Hospice Society, with Mayor Lyn Hall on December 24, 2020 after the 2020 grand prize draw.

Rick Klassen of Fort St James is the lucky winner of the 2020 Hospice Dream Home Lottery. Rick wins a beautiful brand new house built by North Nechako Homes and valued at over $700,000. His lucky ticket number is #7747.

Tammy McKeown from Stewart is the lucky winner of the second 50/50 lottery, taking home $150,000 cash. Her lucky ticket number is #1204.

Other winners include:

First Early Bird Prize winners on July 31, Barb Osten and Valerie Sinclair with winning ticket number #1640, won 50 of the 50/50 raffle tickets to the first 50/50 lottery, sponsored by Canadian Tire, valued at $1,250.

Second Early Bird Prize winner on August 28, Dean Martin with winning ticket number #5727, won a patio and barbecue set sponsored by Decked out Patio, valued at $2,400.

Third Early Bird Prize winner on October 23, Arthur Carter with the winning ticket number #7786, won 50 of the 50/50 raffle tickets to our the second 50/50 lottery, sponsored by Royal Le Page, valued at $1,250

Fourth Early Bird Prize winner on November 20, Alice and Doug Payne with the winning ticket number #2522, won an inflatable boat package sponsored by NR Motors, valued at $3,550.

First 50/50 Draw winner on September 25, Lauraine Biech with the winning 50/50 ticket number #2579 won the Jackpot of $150,000 cash.

“Thank you to everyone for supporting the Hospice Dream Home lottery,” said Donna Flood, Hospice executive director. “All money raised goes directly to the local PG Hospice Rotary House and our community programs.”

The draw was held December 24 and you can watch the Facebook Live video here: https://www.facebook.com/hospicedreamhome/videos/2738648933015792


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