Regina man wins Chase the Ace pot

The final draw will still be made on Sept. 27, meaning there are still four draws for people to win money

Kenneth Brown
of The Clarion

The Kindersley Community Service Group’s inaugural Chase the Ace draw will continue until the licence expires even though the largest pot has already been won.

A spokesperson for the draw says the final draw will still be made on Sept. 27 and it means there are still four draws in total for people to win money, and for money to be raised for the Kindersley Aquatic Centre. The final draws will be on Aug. 16 and 30, and Sept. 13 and 27.

Denise Sarada of Kindersley holds up the Ace of Spades and a cheque for $9,626 for David Mushanski of Regina. Sarada agreed to pick a card if Mushanski’s ticket was pulled, and Sarada turned out to be good luck for the Regina man, who also earned $254 from the draw.

The main Chase the Ace pot of $9,626 has been won by David Mushanski of Regina and his ticket was drawn on Aug. 2 at the Elks Hall. The big winner also won $254 for his share of sales from the two-week period leading up to the draw.

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