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This year, the local Rotary Club has set a ticket sales goal of $500,000, and the club has already surpassed the halfway point, raising $260,000 so far.

Proceeds from the local Mega Lottery campaign helps provide funds to a variety of Fort St. John’s non-profit organizations. Last year, the Rotary Club donated to local organizations such as FSJ Minor Hockey, Irish Dance and the North Peace Historical Society, just to name a few.

Tickets are still for sale for the final Mega Lottery draw, held annually on Boxing Day, falling this year on Wednesday, December 26.

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Over $200,000 in cash and prizes are available to be won.

To Purchase tickets, visit the information centre at the Totem Mall, or contact the Fort St. John Rotary Club.

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