Pamper Yourself for a Year Lottery 2015 Winners List

Winning Ticket Numbers from March 7th Draw

Main Prize – 2,600.00 – winning ticket #690

2nd Prize – 1,300.00 – winning ticket #825

3rd Prize – 600.00 – winning ticket #778

4th Prize – 600.00 – winning ticket #823

5th Prize – 450.00 – winning ticket #147

6th Prize – 450.00 – winning ticket #528

Congratulations to all the winners!!!

Pamper Yourself for a Year Lottery 2015

Are you looking to raise funds for your not-for-profit group?

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Pamper Draw Flyers


Here are the details for the Pamper Yourself for a Year Draw

Cost: $20 per ticket

Total Tickets Being Sold: 1500


Main Draw: March 7th 2015 at the Central Tavern in Elmira

[su_spoiler title="Prizes" open="yes" style="fancy"]Grand Prize: $2600 in gift certificates from the giftcard list

Second Prize: $1300 in gift certificates from the giftcard list

Third Prize: $600 in  gift certificates from the giftcard list

Forth Prize: $600 in  gift certificates from the giftcard list

Fifth Prize: $450 in gift certificate from the giftcard list

Sixth Prize: $450 in gift certificate from the giftcard list

To view a complete list of Gift Cards that can be selected please visit the following website.

In addition to the above list, you can also select gift cards from the Beer store and the LCBO.

Winners can choose from the list and submit a list for their prize before March 31st. Winners that do not submit their lists by March 31st will receive Home Hardware Gift Cards for the value of their prize.

Find out how you can use the “Pamper Yourself Lottery” to help your not-for-profit group to raise funds, email Bill McBay at

If you would like to order tickets, please provide your contact information below:

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Fundraising Options for Other Charities (Schools, sports teams, community groups)

Looking for a creative way to raise funds for your own charity? Here’s how you can use the Pamper Yourself Lottery to raise funds for your community group:

  • Groups wishing to sell the tickets as a fund raiser must sell a minimum of 20 tickets.
  • Groups must sell 20 tickets in order to receive the 50% of the ticket sales proceeds.
  • A list of all groups that are selling tickets will be listed on the site.
  • Once groups have returned their sold ticket stubs, money and unsold tickets, a donation will be made to your group equal to 50% of the sold ticket amount.

Find out how you can use ‘The Pamper Yourself Lottery’ to help your not-for-profit group to raise funds, email Bill McBay at

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Thanks for agreeing to sell some tickets for the Pamper Yourself for a Year Raffle. This document is intended to outline your responsibilities with regard to the raffle. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me and we can discuss further. Please keep in mind that this raffle is licensed through the AGCO and has to adhere to specific guidelines. It is all our responsibility to ensure we follow those guidelines and keep the integrity of the raffle high.

Important Dates

Saturday March 7, 2015 – Main draw at The Central Tavern in Elmira. All sold tickets must be returned along with full payment prior to this date so they can make part of the final draw. Tickets can be returned prior to this date by contacting me directly to arrange a pick up or drop off time.

Important Notes

  • ALL funds for the sale of tickets MUST accompany the ticket stubs in order to make them qualify to go into the draw.
  • Once your group has returned all the sold ticket stubs, cash for full value and unsold tickets and any cheques that were collected have cleared, The Kin Club of Woolwich will write a cheque to your group for 50% of the ticket revenue generated by your group.
  • Cheques will be accepted and should be made payable to ‘Kin Club Of Woolwich’.
  • NSF cheques will be charged a fee to the group that sold the ticket of $25. (the cost of the ticket and the $5 service fee)
  • Groups must be in good standing with the Kin Club of Woolwich before any cheques will be written for tickets sold.
  • In order to be in good standing, your group must return all sold and unsold tickets and money from those sales.
  • If you have an excess of unsold tickets in your possession and your sales have slowed down, please contact me so we can arrange to pick up those tickets and have them moved to another group.
  • Groups must sell a minimum of 20 tickets in order to receive payment for the ticket sold.

Contact Information

Kim Carroll – 519-503-8086 –

Bill McBay – 519-589-2583 –

Thanks so much for your support and good luck with your ticket sales!



Here is the list of all the groups selling Pamper Yourself Tickets:

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  • Woolwich Figure Skating Club
  • Elmira District Secondary School
  • Elmira Nursery School
  • Cambridge Coyotes Bantam Blue Minor Girls Softball Team



General Pamper Draw Flyer


Pamper Yourself for a Year 2013 Early Bird Draw

We held our early bird draw tonight at the Central Tavern in Elmira. The prize for the early bird draw is 52x $50 gift cards.

The winning ticket is 897

EDM Dance Party December 27, 2013

  • EDM Dance party/rave
  • High school students only
  • Must show valid student ID
  • Ticket price: $15 ONLY for the first 150 people. After that tickets are $20 each.
  • Ticket price includes glow in the dark upon entry
  • Doors open at 8:00 p.m
  • DOORS CLOSE AT 9:00 p.m.
  • Event is done at 11:00 p.m.
  • Tickets are only purchased at the door
  • Black lights
  • Fog machine
  • Live DJ (Brandon McBay)



Welcome to KIN Club of Woolwich

Welcome to the home of the Kin Club of Woolwich. We are a very dedicated group of individuals who strive to make our community a better place through fund raising projects, community service and giving back to our members through friendship, fellowship, personal & professional growth and sharing many, many laughs. As a new club, (chartered October 2, 2010) we are still in the building stages. Our club is a blank canvas that, along with those members that join in the next few months, will further shape the goals and vision needed to accomplish all that we set out to do, which includes not only fund raising and community service, but also having a LOT of fun!

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