Only four more evenings of Chase The Ace

Time is running out! There’s only four more Chase The Ace events. The jackpot is at $4,500 and growing.

Chase The Ace is organized by “Moms on a Community Mission”, namely Tara Cure, Bobbi Wollbaum and Nicole Currie and a host of other volunteers each week.

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It takes place at the Carlyle Sports Arena most Saturday evenings. Doors open at 5:30. Each week a different organization puts on a delicious meal. There’s a kid’s area set up, making the evening fun for the whole family.

There’s a toonie table full of really great prizes. All prizes have been generously donated by area businesses.

Tickets for the Chase The Ace draw are only $2.00 each. Each ticket gives you a chance to have your name drawn. If you happen to be the lucky ticket holder, you will cut the deck of cards and hope for the Ace of Spades. Each week the deck gets smaller so your chances of winning at this stage of the game are pretty good.

Money raised will go to the Carlyle Elementary School playground equipment fund, the Carlyle Sports Arena and KidSport in Carlyle.

As mentioned before, there’s only four Saturdays left, being Sept. 29, Oct. 13, 20 and 27. Come on out and support this cause and try your luck.

Moms On A Mission are also in the planning stages of hosting a community Christmas party where businesses and individuals can take part. This evening will include a Christmas meal, entertainment and a whole lot of fun. Stay tuned for more on this in the coming weeks.

Moms On A Mission thank everyone who has volunteered at all Chase The Ace evenings, the businesses who have donated prizes for the Toonie Table and of course everyone who has come out and taken part.

Hope to see you there!

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