Saan Pen Hospital Auxiliary makes early bird raffle draw

Member of the Saanich Peninsula Hospital Auxiliary sell raffle tickets. (Submitted)

SIDNEY — The Saanich Peninsula Hospital Auxiliary has made its early bird raffle draw — and the lucky winner of $200 cash is James MacDonald.

The draw was made Sept. 1 at Beacon Plaza and the winner will be contacted by the Auxiliary. They raise money every year via their big raffle and other fundraisers — and the money raised makes its way back into the community.

The Auxiliary’s main draw will be taking place at the annual Christmas Craft and Bake Sale at Mary Winspear Centre on November 18.

Ticket sales will continue until the Christmas Bazaar at a number of times and locations and are always available at the Hospital Gift Shop or through any of our members of the SPH Auxiliary.

— Submitted by Donna Salter, Public Relations Convenor, the Auxiliary to Saanich Peninsula Hospital

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