Monday night was our Chase the Ace draw. Ticket sales for the week were $697.00 with the winner taking home $139.40. The ticket drawn for the night belonged to Gail Kelly. Gail was not in attendance, so the ticket master for the evening was Daryl McCully, Daryl drew the 5 of clubs so Gail takes home a cheque for $139.40. The 50/50 for the evening was $202 with the winner Clinton Constantine taking home $101.00 and $101.00 for our commercial barbecue fund. The jack pot now grows to $1673.75 , tickets on now.
Tonight was Chase the Ace night, at PVGCC. We had a power outage in most of the area right up until about 8:15 pm. When we went live on Facebook we did not have exact amounts as we had to wait for a computer print out. We went ahead with the draw with estimated amounts. The actual amount for the 50/50 was $120.00 , with $60.00 going to the winner Mark St. Pierre, and $60.00 going to our commercial barbecue fund. Actual ticket sales for the week were $740.00. The ticket drawn for the evening belongs to Mike Surrett. Mike was not present this evening , so the ticket master for the evening Rick Howatt drew the 7 of hearts. Mike will take home a cheque for $148.00. The jackpot climbs to $1499.50. Tickets go on sale tomorrow.
Tonight was the second draw of the second round of the Chase the Ace at PVGCC. Ticket sales for the week were down more than usual. We sold $588 for the week putting the Jack pot at $1314.50. Our master of ceremonies for the evening was Daryl McCully. The winning ticket for the week as drawn and it belonged to Ken Martin. Ken was in attendance, so he was able to draw his own card from the deck. Ken drew the 8 of spades, and took home $117.60. This means the jack pot of $1314.50, did not go and will continue to accumulate.
The 50/50 for the week was $135.00, with the winner for the week Daryl McCully taking home $67.50.
Just a reminder to all that you don’t have to be here to win, you can buy tickets all week , as well as the 50/50. The club and our partner charity depend on your continued support.
Well, it happened. The Ace of Clubs was drawn. The lucky winner was Deina Steeves , Deina was not present this evening, so the ticket master Daryl McCully drew the card in her absence. Deina wins $3358.35. Congratulations to all the weekly winners as well, and congratulations to Deina. The Boys and Girls our charity partner will take home $2504.50. The 50/50 for the evening was $292. with the winner Aaron Osborne taking home $146.00
Thanks to all for your support. Stay tuned……..another contest just around the corner
June 4th, largest crowd yet in attendance, and largest ticket sales to date !! Thanks to everyone who supported us. The ticket sales for the week were $1237.00 our best yet. The master of ceremonies for the evening was our president Daryl McCully. The winning ticket drawn belonged to Hal Chase, Hal was present this evening so he was able to draw his own card. He drew the King of Clubs. Hal won $247.40. The jack pot did not go so accumulated jack pot sits at $2819.25.
The 50/50 sales were $288.00 with $144.00 going to the Boys and Girls Club and $144.00 going to this weeks winner Marilyn Pollock.
Thank you to everyone who bought tickets and a reminder that tickets go on sale tomorrow.
We had a great crowd on May 28th for the draw and enjoying our delicious wing special. Master of ceremonies for the evening was Marilyn Pollock. Ticket sales for the week were $1089.00 so that meant the ticket holder wins a minimum of $217.80. The ticket drawn belonged to Robert Dunham. Robert was in attendance this evening, he drew the three of diamonds so the $2510.00 jack pot did not go. Robert took home $217.80. The jack pot will continue to climb, tickets go on sale tomorrow and remember you don’t have to be here to win.
The 50/50 sales were $265.00 with 132.50 going to the winner Heather Burgess and $132.50 going to our commercial barbeque fundraiser.
Thanks to everyone for you continued support
Learn to Play Program
We are pleased to offer again this summer our “Learn to Play “program. This is a structured program that teaches children the basics of golf while moving from station to station over 20 minute intervals. The children will be grouped by age and all drills are supervised by volunteers, parents are always welcome and we appreciate help in that area. Children must be 6 years of age or older at the time of registration. In the past we have accepted children younger only IF a parent or guardian is present at all times. The dates for registration for the program are Tuesday June 12 and Tuesday June 19 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm, at the Petitcodiac Valley Golf and Country Club clubhouse. The first night of the Learn to Play program is June 26 at 5:15pm and runs until 6:30pm. The cost for this program is only $40.00 for the entire summer.
Glen Cooper Memorial Bursary
This year we are pleased to offer the Glen Cooper Memorial Bursary. This bursary program offers seven-$100 dollar awards to young juniors towards their full season membership. Juniors are asked to complete the application form and forward it to the clubhouse no later than June 15, 2018. If you are chosen for this bursary and if you have already paid your full season junior membership, you will receive $100.00 back, if you have not paid or joined for the full season you will receive $100.00 off the full junior membership.
Tuesday Mornings with John Lawson
Once again we are pleased to announce that CPGA teaching professional John Lawson will be joining the juniors on Tuesday mornings. This will start on June 26 and end August 28, 2018. John will be teaching the juniors from 9am-12pm. This program is free of charge to all juniors with a fully paid membership. We hope to see as many juniors as possible take advantage of this wonderful learning opportunity.
Application forms for the Learn to Play Program and the Glen Cooper Memorial Bursary are available at the PVGCC clubhouse or can be found on our website under Course Info.
Tonight we had our seventh , Chase the Ace night at PVGCC. There was a great crowd in attendance to enjoy the evening. The 50/50 total sales for the evening were $264.00, the winner of $132.00 was Kathy Smith, and that meant $132.00 to our barbeque fund. Our master of ceremonies for the evening was our president Daryl McCully. Chase the Ace sales for the week were $1097.00, the ticket drawn belonged to Hughie Cain. Lucky Hughie Cain was in attendance tonight, so Hughie got to choose his card. He chose the six of hearts, and took home a cheque for $219.40. So tonight’s Jack pot of $2237.75 did not go, it will continue to build.
Thanks to everyone who bought tickets for Chase the Ace and 50/50, tickets for next week sales go on sale tomorrow, thank for your support.