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The winning ticket… or toonie

D’Arcy Ellis, left, of the Toonies for Youth draw presents Debbie Yeo, centre, and her family with the $85,000 she won playing in the draw this week. This is possibly the largest amount won on P.E.I. in a draw of this kind. Yeo has been a nurse at Prince County Hospital since 1983 and dropped her winning toonie in the PCH Foundation box in the hospital lobby. The PCH Foundation is one of six not-for-profit organizations that are beneficiaries of the draw and the Foundation has been able to raise $100,875 for medical equipment since joining the
fundraiser in 2015. Joining D’Arcy and Yeo’s husband Stephen and their daughters Kelly, second right, and Lori Stordy, right. For a complete list of locations where you can sign up for the draw,
visit the Toonies for Youth Facebook page.
D’Arcy Ellis, left, of the Toonies for Youth draw presents Debbie Yeo, centre, and her family with the $85,000 she won playing in the draw this week. This is possibly the largest amount won on P.E.I. in a draw of this kind. Yeo has been a nurse at Prince County Hospital since 1983 and dropped her winning toonie in the PCH Foundation box in the hospital lobby. The PCH Foundation is one of six not-for-profit organizations that are beneficiaries of the draw and the Foundation has been able to raise $100,875 for medical equipment since joining the fundraiser in 2015. Joining D’Arcy and Yeo’s husband Stephen and their daughters Kelly, second right, and Lori Stordy, right. For a complete list of locations where you can sign up for the draw, visit the Toonies for Youth Facebook page. - Contributed

D’Arcy Ellis, left, of the Toonies for Youth draw presents Debbie Yeo, centre, and her family with the $85,000 she won playing in the draw this week. This is possibly the largest amount won on P.E.I. in a draw of this kind. Yeo has been a nurse at Prince County Hospital since 1983 and dropped her winning toonie in the PCH Foundation box in the hospital lobby. The PCH Foundation is one of six not-for-profit organizations that are beneficiaries of the draw and the Foundation has been able to raise $100,875 for medical equipment since joining the

fundraiser in 2015. Joining D’Arcy and Yeo’s husband Stephen and their daughters Kelly, second right, and Lori Stordy, right. For a complete list of locations where you can sign up for the draw,

visit the Toonies for Youth Facebook page.

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