FILE — Congratulations to Sunfest 50/50 winner Wendy Shkuratoff of Castlegar. Presenting the cheque, from left: Derm English, Vice President Castlegar Festival Society-Sunfest; Wendy Shkuratoff, winner; John Postnikoff, Secretary/Treasurer-Castlegar Festival Society-Sunfest. (Submitted)

Castlegar Sunfest’s 50/50 progressive raffle draw is back

Castlegar Sunfest’s popular 50/50 raffle draw is back once again for its first 50/50 draw in 2018.

Castlegar Sunfest’s popular 50/50 raffle draw is back once again for its first 50/50 draw in 2018.

It is our Sunfest 50/50 progressive raffle. There are only 2,500 tickets printed at a cost of $5 each. Possible prize maximum payout to the winner would be $6,250.

The final draw will be held at the Kinsmen Park June 2, 2018, in downtown Castlegar at approximately 8 p.m. Tickets are available at Mitchell’s Supply, Common Grounds, Castlegar Complex, Gravi Tea Coffee & Toys, Trowelex Rentals, Bubblees Liquor Store, Crumbs Bakery Café, Diggers and Daisies, Speedy Glass and Sunfest committee members. Watch for Sunfest committee members selling tickets at various locations in Castlegar.

Thank you for your support of Sunfest and hope to see you all at Castlegar Sunfest in 2018 from June 1 to 3.

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