KEMPTVILLE — You’ve heard of the Catch the Ace lottery. You’ve read about the million dollar plus jackpots won in other communities. Now, the Kemptville District Hospital Foundation is bringing it “local” and the first draw takes place on July 30.
To celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Kemptville District Hospital, The KDH Foundation is thrilled to announce the launch of the first annual Catch the Ace lottery. And it’s all online.
Everyone’s a winner in this game. Catch the Ace is a progressive multi-draw lottery with a weekly winner, plus a grand prize jackpot that accumulates until one lucky winner’s winning ticket reveals the Ace of Spades.
The more tickets you purchase, the better your chances! Last year, one lucky winner in Eastern Ontario won over one million dollars playing Catch the Ace.
“The Foundation started the process for bringing Catch the Ace to our community last fall. We made the decision at the time to take the lottery totally on line. Given where we are today with Covid 19, this contact-free version provides a stress free and safe way to participate. Please join us in helping to keep our community healthy,” encourages Margret Norenberg, Chair of the Kemptville District Hospital Foundation.
Proceeds from the Catch the Ace lottery will be used to replace aging equipment in our hospital’s emergency room, diagnostic imaging department, operating rooms as well as to purchase specialty equipment for our renowned joint, knee, and hip replacement program.
First draw takes place July 30 so catch the excitement today and buy your tickets online at kdhAce.ca.