The Golden Rockets are holding a raffle which will leave one lucky winner with season tickets and $9

Golden Rockets hold a raffle

The Golden Rockets are selling tickets to help a solid season keep going in the KIJHL.

The Golden Rockets are currently selling tickets for a draw which will see one lucky winner walk away with $9,000 and season tickets for next year.

The team is holding an annual raffle which will aid the Rockets efforts, both on and off the ice.

According to the teams Treasurer, Nancy Dupuis, the raffle is one of the most important fundraisers for the team. “It helps us raise the money needed for the team to successfully run.”

The second prize for the raffle are season tickets for the 2013-2014 season.

Tickets are being sold by the players, players parents or Rockets board members with the draw being held on December 20.

Anyone interested in purchasing a ticket can also do so at the Rockets home games where they will be on sale.

“It could be an extra Christmas bonus for someone,” Dupuis said.

 

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