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2018 Chase the Ace

  • Every Wednesday starting August 29, 2018 at the Horizon Credit Union Centre (HCUC) in Melville.
  • Ticket sales from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pmTicket price is 1 for $5.00.
  • Great dinner meals available for purchase from DLB Catering
  • Growing Jackpot each week until the Ace of Spades goes.
  • Cash Bar.
  • Proceeds towards Melville's new Swimming Pool.

​LOTTERY RULES

CHASE THE ACE WEEKLY WINNERS
Week Date $$$ Winner Name Card
1 29-Aug-18 135.00 Gerri Stav Jack of Spades
2 05-Sep-18 125.00 Nicole Ludwar 6 of Spades
3 12-Sep-18 173.00 Leanne Schuster 5 of Clubs
4 19-Sep-18 166.00 Sayword Kohlenberg 10 of diamonds
5 26-Sep-18 84.00 Dawn Melnychuk 2 of Hearts
6 03-Oct-18 155.00 Donna Hotte 3 of Spades
7 10-Oct-18 173.00 Ed Pereyma 3 of Clubs
8 17-Oct-18 145.00 Murray Lodge King of Spades
9 24-Oct-18 131.00 Judy Konatopsky King of Clubs
10 31-Oct-18 83.00 Kara Kushner Ace of Hearts
11 07-Nov-18 157.00 Steve Meeko 6 of Clubs
12 14-Nov-18 165.00 Jackie Rathgeber 3 of Hearts
13 21-Nov-18 136.00 Deanna Bobier 8 of Hearts
14 28-Nov-18 164.00 Deanna Bobier 5 of Diamonds
15 05-Dec-18 117.00 Judy Konatopsky 7 of Clubs
16 12-Dec-18 173.00 Calvin Bucsis & Dan Cheveldae 8 of clubs
17 20-Dec-18 134.00 Colleen Gorecki 7 of Diamonds
18 02-Jan-19 119.00 Norm Konechny 2 of Diamonds
19 09-Jan-19 163.00 Marlyn Redenbach 4 of Spades
20 16-Jan-19 178.00 Cindy Konechny 5 of Hearts
21 23-Jan-19 140.00 Valdeen Mathies 7 of Spades
22 30-Jan-19 161.00 Nicole Ludwar Queen of Clubs
23 06-Feb-19 113.00 Murray Lodge 9 of Clubs
24 13-Feb-19 5312.50 Brent Bobier ACE OF SPADES

WE KEEP GOING  - On February 20th we started with a new deck of cards and a guaranteed Jackpot of $1,500.00

  --- --- --- NEW DECK OF CARDS
25 20-Feb-19 108.00 Trevor Council 5 of Diamonds
26 27-Feb-19 129.00 Bob Keyser Jack of Hearts
27 06-Mar-19 76.00 Jake Stolar Queen of Diamonds
28 13-Mar-19 94.00 Megan Kohlenberg 10 of Clubs
29 20-Mar-19 92.00 Jake Stolar 8 of Clubs
30 27-Mar-19 1654.00 Kathy Unterschute ACE OF SPADES

WE KEEP GOING  - On April 3rd we start with a new deck of cards and a guaranteed Jackpot of $1,000.00  

31 03-Apr-19 89.00 Norm Konechny King of Diamonds
32 10-Apr-19 137.00 Jill Schick Queen of Diamonds
33 17-Apr-19 501.00 Garry Tank 2 of Diamonds
34 24-Apr-19 119.00 Vince Thiessen 10 of Spades
35 01-May-19 122.00 Norm Konechny 6 of Diamons 
36 08-May-19 128.00 Darren Wandy 10 of Hearts
37 15-May-19 110.00 Sierra Bieber 6 of Hearts

The Melville Lions Club is a part of Lions Clubs International, a network of volunteers who work together to meet the needs of local communities and the world every day because they share a core belief - to serve their community.  All Proceeds from the Lotto are designated towards the New Melville Swimming Pool Fund.  Local Community Groups are invited to help work and share in the proceeds of "Bar Sales" which provides funding for various community groups and activities.  For more information select the "Contact Us" tab on the left and email your questions. ========================================================================

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