Rotary clubs across Ontario, including Huntsville, announced the first Great Ontario Fishing raffle with over $100,000 in prizes up for grabs.
The online raffle, hosted by the Barrie Club and supported by the Rotary Clubs of District 7010, currently has tickets available for purchase. Ticket sales will end on June 24 with the grand prize draw on June 25. Each participating club will use the funds raised to support local charities and programs.
Rotary’s Great Ontario Fishing Raffle offers the grand prize of a Legend X20 boat with 150 XL Pro XS motor and trailer to ride (approximate retail value $85,000); and a second prize of two (2) week-long fishing adventures for two (2) at two (2) popular Ontario resorts, Mar Mac Lodge and Vance’s Resort (approximate retail value $10,000 ). The early bird prize for a Swift Canadian Dream Prospector 16 canoe with Kevlar/Fusion package (approximate retail value $5,000) was drawn on May 7th.
Tickets are available for $30 individually, or four for $100 at greatrotaryraffle.ca. Ticket sales end at noon on June 24 for the grand prize draw.
Proceeds proportional to ticket sales will go to participating Rotary clubs in Rotary District 7010, which includes Huntsville, for charitable distribution in their Ontario communities. When purchasing tickets, you can indicate your local Rotary club to designate your donation.
The early bird draw took place on Saturday May 7 at Swift Canoe and Kayak in Gravenhurst. The final draw for the grand prize and the secondary prize will take place on Saturday, June 25 at Legend Boats in Innisfil.
Ticket purchasers must be 18 years of age and live in Ontario at time of purchase. A maximum of 20,000 tickets are available and all tickets are sold online. All online draws in Ontario must use location services to verify that the buyer is in the province.
Lottery license #RAF1226080.
Rotary Club of Huntsville Evening Satellite Club is a service club located in Huntsville, Ontario. They can be found at peopleofactionhuntsville.com and follow them on Facebook, instagram