Posted by Ed Kolybaba on May 15, 2018
The Rotary Club of Kelowna Sunrise will once again be conducting a major Raffle to generate funds that will help to financially support projects and events focused on helping those in  need within the community and worldwide.   At the club’s regular meeting on May 11th, coordinator, Bob Fortier officially declared that the Raffle would commence on May 17th.
Fortier reported that the Raffle had raised $43,000 during the first two years and that the goal for profits from this Raffle has been set at $25,000.
Five prizes are available to win, one more than the prizes over the prior two years.  This year the prizes  amount to a total of $7988.  As in the past, Save on Foods through their generosity and support for the raffle, have donated the first prize of free groceries for a year valued at $5200. 
The other four prizes include:
                                                2nd prize - $1000 cash from Interior Savings Credit
                                                3rd prize – 2 adult season tickets to the games of
                                                      the West Kelowna Warriors valued at $698
                                                4th prize – a Giant or LIV bike from Cyclepath
                                                      Kelowna valued at $590
                                                5th prize – a Weber Smokey Mountain Smoker with
                                                      Accessories valued at $500
The draw for the five prizes will be made at 7:00 pm on stage on Sunday, August 26th, 2018 during the last day of the Interior Savings Sunrise Rotary RibFest being held at City Park at 1600 Abbott Street in Kelowna, BC.
Raffle tickets are only $5.00 each, available to the general public, and may be purchased from Rotary Club of Kelowna Sunrise Rotarians, all Interior Savings Credit Union outlets in the Greater Kelowna area, Okanagan Textbook Exchange (1195 Sutherland Ave., Kelowna), PostNet (2417 Main Street, West Kelowna) and from many other local businesses in the Central Okanagan.