April 14, 2016
Bethell Hospice Foundation Signature Event
The official launch of the Bethell Hospice Foundation ‘Caring for Our Community’ Lottery took place at Fines Lincoln in Bolton on Thursday, April 14.
Caledon’s own Toronto Maple Leaf, Peter Holland, was on hand to sell the first lottery ticket to Bethell Hospice Foundation supporter, Carol Walker. Also in attendance at the launch was Mayor Allan Thompson and Councillors Doug Beffort and Nick deBoer, as well as community supporters of Bethell Hospice Foundation.
The Lottery Grand Prize for a 2016 Lincoln MKC SUV will be drawn at the Bolton Fall Fair on September 24. Early Bird Cash Prizes of $2500 and $1000 will be drawn at the Caledon Strawberry Festival on July 1. Tickets are $20 each or 3 for $50, and only 12,000 tickets will be sold.
Bethell Hospice Foundation would like to thank Fines Lincoln, Scotiabank and Cavalier Transportation Services Inc. for their support of the lottery.
All proceeds from lottery ticket sales go directly to support Bethell Hospice Foundation.