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Lucky Duck Lottery

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The 2018 Lucky Duck Lottery is Now Underway!

Lucky Duck Lottery is a program designed to help non-profit clubs, groups and organizations raise funds. Now in its 38th year!

Who can sell Lucky Duck Tickets?
Community organizations like school clubs, sport teams, theatre groups, choirs, garden clubs, senior clubs. Any non-profit group can sell!

Recreation Nova Scotia Supplies the tickets, prizes, seller kits, and administers the program. All you need to do is sell the tickets! Tickets are $1.00; 70 cents of every $1.00 sold stays with the group. No cost goes to the group whatsoever!

Selling period for 2017-2018 is November 6th, 2017 to March 14th, 2018

PRIZES (Draw Will Take Place March 28th, 2018):

1st Prize-$3,000 cash!

2nd Prize-$500 cash

3rd Prizeweekend getaway

 

Information for Sellers (Click on the links to download)

Contract A

Contract A (French)

Contract B

Contract B (French)

Coordinator’s Kit

This will be the final year of the Lucky Duck Lottery 

Congratulations to the 2017 lottery winners!:

7 Draws for $100:

  1. Marty Sill, Halifax, Ticket Sold by Oxford Junior High
  2. Eugene Krimnuz, Fall River, Ticket Sold by Kids R Kids Parents Committee
  3. Toni Loppie, Springhill, Ticket Sold by Oxford Junior High
  4. Robert Eisener, Digby, Ticket Sold by Unity Lodge #4
  5. Thabiso Tshabalala, Hubley, Ticket Sold by The Bay Chorale
  6. Elsie Warren, Dartmouth, Ticket Sold by Ste Anne du Ruisseau New Horizons Seniors
  7. Peter Jeffery, Enfield, Ticket Sold by Enfield, Elmsdale & District Lions Club

 

3rd Prize – Weekend Getaway at Digby Pines Resort ($400 Value!): 

Stephanie McIntosh, Halifax, Ticket Sold by Kids R Kids Parents Committee

2nd Prize – $500 Cash!:

Shauna Fukes, New Glasgow, Ticket Sold by Albion Boxing Club

1st Prize – $3000 Cash!:

Troy Woods, Beaver Dam, Ticket Sold by NS 5 Pin Bowling Association 

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