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Alberton Chase the Ace lottery launched

Herb Meggison, from left, Alberton Lions Club; Fr. Art Pendergast, Western Community Curling Club and Les Wagner, Canadian Mental Health P.E.I. Division, conducted the first of a weekly Chase the Ace lottery in Alberton recently.
Herb Meggison, from left, Alberton Lions Club; Fr. Art Pendergast, Western Community Curling Club and Les Wagner, Canadian Mental Health P.E.I. Division, conducted the first of a weekly Chase the Ace lottery in Alberton recently. - Eric McCarthy

Draw is a fundraiser for three Alberton area organizations

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Proceeds from a new Chase the Ace lottery which was launched Nov. 22 at the Western Community Curling Club will support the curling club, the Alberton Lions Club and Alberton and area programs and services for the Canadian Mental Health Association P.E.I. Division.
Draws will be conducted every Wednesday, 9:15 p.m. at the Western Community Curling Club. The pot started at $1,500 and will grow by 30 per cent of the weekly ticket sales until the Ace of Spades is drawn. The winning ticket-holder each week is assured of 20 per cent of the weekly sales.

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