RUSSELL — The Kin Club of Russell launched its weekly “Catch the Ace” lottery draw once again held Sunday September 8, at Étienne Brûlé Brewery in Embrun at 3:15 p.m. This popular lottery draw will continue until the Ace of Spades is drawn. Tune-in live on Facebook (Kin Club of Russell page) every Sunday to see who wins.
Prior to the draw, the Kin Club of Russell was awarded a generous donation in the amount of $1,063 from Étienne Brûlé from proceeds from the sale of a beer created in honour of the Kin Club of Russell, the Kin Red ale.
The first lucky winner in round 3 of Catch the Ace was Bryan Cochrane and they earned themselves $778.
This round’s “CATCH” is that not only can you buy paper tickets at many locations like: Kelly’s Boutique (Ottawa), Metcalfe Pharmacy (Metcalfe), Russell Foodland, Pronto Convenience (Russell), Valoris (Embrun), Etienne Brule Brewery (Embrun), Embrun Convenience (Embrun), Experience Cafe and Smoothie Bar (Embrun), Boni Choix (Embrun), Daniel’s No Frills (Casselman), Osgoode Care Centre, Winchester Foodland, Winchester District Memorial Hospital, Brinston General Store (Brinston), but they are also available online. Yes that’s right, all you have to do is go to https://kinclubofrussell.ca/catch-the-ace-tickets/ then choose the local charity you wish to support.
The group also added that online sales are making a difference and the jackpot will grow so much more quickly every week.
Other facts about this draw:
- Ticket drawn # 192
- Envelope # 29 chosen, holding the 9 of diamonds
The next draw September 15 with estimated jackpot of $1,700.
These charities are working in their communities to sell tickets and raise awareness for each of their causes and the highpoint of this fundraiser is profits for local charities. After the weekly winners’ portions, and payment of the jackpot, these local charities will reap the benefits: Cystic Fibrosis Canada, Breast Cancer Action Ottawa, Osgoode Care Centre, Russell Minor Hockey Association, Valoris Foundation and Winchester District Memorial Hospital Foundation.
Online sales are valid only if you are in Ontario and 18 years of age and over. Each week the online portion closes at 10 p.m. Saturday night.
If you are interested in purchasing online tickets for Catch the Ace, more information can be found at the following link: https://kinclubofrussell.ca/catch-the-ace-tickets/.
$5 is all it takes to get a chance to win the weekly jackpot. Who would say no to a few extra dollars?
More information is available through the Kin Club of Russell at 613-445-6483; email: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: https://kinclubofrussell.ca, or on the at Kin Club of Russell Facebook page. The website and Facebook page will be updated regularly.