Catch the Ace is one of the lottery offerings out there that are able to change people’s lives in a matter of seconds. Its popularity rises as the next generous draw approaches and such is the case right now in Russell. February 9 is about to see the next regular draw of Catch the Ace organized by Kin Club of Russell. It comes with a record jackpot reaching CA$42,000 that could be bagged by a player who has purchased a winning ticket.
The excitement of lottery gaming is something many Canadians have experienced in their lifetime. Many of them participate in the riveting gaming opportunity on a weekly basis, as there are so many draw-based games up for grabs. Catch the Ace is one of the charitable lottery games on a smaller scale.
Jackpot Continues Growth
Gaming and being part of a community excited to see the next Catch the Ace draw is one of the highlights for many Canadians, especially for those hailing from Russell, Ontario. While players are anticipating the next draw and a potential cash payout for some of them, Kin Club of Russel is generating funds for the ongoing operation of various organizations in the region.
It is a win-win situation that makes this lottery offering more popular with each passing day. The jackpot that would be up for grabs this Sunday amounts to CA$42,000, but on a weekly basis, there are payouts reaching CA$3,000. This further solidifies Catch the Ace’s appeal across Russel and the region. This edition of the lottery game is the third one in a row, as Kin Club of Russel purchased a license for the offering right after the second one came to an end.
Ticket purchasing could happen both in-person and online, making access to it even easier. It is no secret that online gaming is a preferred activity that could take place whenever a player feels like it. In a sense, this is also beneficial for the six local charities benefitting from the Catch the Ace lottery.
February 9 Brings Next Draw
Those are the Cystic Fibrosis Canada (Ottawa Chapter), Breast Cancer Action Ottawa, Osgoode Care Centre, Russell Minor Hockey Association, Valoris Foundation, and Winchester District Memorial Hospital Foundation. On a weekly basis, those six organizations are able to bag a combined sum upwards of CA$7,000. This only comes to show the level of generosity locals exhibit.
It combines doing something honorable for the community with the personal benefit that could come as a result of a lottery ticket purchase. This week, just like every previous one, is going to see the draw take place at Étienne Brûlé Brewery on Notre Dame St. in Embrun. The live draw is streamed and later posted on Kin Club of Russell’s official Facebook page.
Every ticket costs some CA$5 and it is one of the products in high demand at local retail locations offering Catch the Ace tickets. Ontario supports the offering, as The Royal Canadian Legion branch located in Mitchell, Ontario gave green light to Catch the Ace last fall. It was the second licensed one for the region, supporting sea cadets and the army.