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Today, the Rotary Club drew a ticket for their first Early Bird Prize of $10,000 – and that winner is Cathryn Dick of Cecil Lake.

They also drew a winner of $100, as they have been doing weekly. Stacey Sanders of Fort St. John was the lucky winner of that prize.

Another ‘bigger’ Early Bird Prize will be drawn on November 26th – at the Totem Mall at 2 PM – for $15,000.

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This year, 187,800 tickets were purchased – which is less than last year’s number of 191,400. However, the Rotary Club introduced the 50/50 draw this year and saw an additional 23,790 tickets bought: bringing the number to 211,590.

The grand prize draw is on December 27th, at 3:30 PM at the Totem Mall.

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