RAFFLE #15: Progressive Jackpot is OVER $6,900 with only 38 cards left. Tickets at CamroseChaseTheACE.org until 6 PM February 9th
The Camrose Service Club Group is offering a Chase the Ace Progressive Raffle. Every 2-week event will feature a deserving charity to receive a portion of the ticket sales during that event as well as also supporting our major charity - the Hospice Society. Tickets and more information is available at CamroseChaseTheAce.org. Our current Featured Charity is:
The Camrose Academy of Dance will receive 20% of ticket sales from this event to help defray festival and convention entry fees for dance families. This supports their participation and allows them to perform their best at local and international events.
Classes offered for pre-school to advanced students culminate in Camrose and area dancers attending various events and festivals in Alberta and abroad, consistently representing Camrose at the highest level, and bringing home many awards and accolades from adjudicators, choreographers and dance masters from festivals.
Camrose Academy of Dance is a non-profit Society, administered through a volunteer Board of Directors and a paid Office Manager. For over 35 years high quality dance training has been provided to dancers from Camrose and the surrounding community. Studios are located at the Chuck MacLean Arts Centre are outfitted with raised floors, mirrors, bars, change rooms and a lobby area for parents and students. The Academy offers classes in Tap, Jazz, Vagonova Ballet, Pointe, Lyrical, Musical Theatre and Acro. Classes are taught by highly qualified teaching staff.
Students take part in community performances, competitions, festivals and stage a Year-End Show showcasing their tremendous talent.
Find out more about the Academy at http://CamroseAcademyOfDance.ca/ or on Facebook at @CamroseAcademyofDance 
The Hospice Society of Camrose and District (HSCD) is excited to have been chosen as the major project recipient for the Chase the Ace Progressive raffle. 20% of ticket sales from every event in the raffle is designated for donation to HSCD. This event the spotlight is on:
iPad Program
Staying connected during Covid-19 is one of the goals of the Hospice iPad program. The 24 Hospice iPads have been loaned to people for art therapy, reading, listening to music, connecting with family and friends on Facebook or Zoom, or joining in an exercise class.
Volunteer Margo McPhail said placing the iPads with isolated, or grieving people, has been a lifeline during the time of Covid-19.
“It opens up a whole world to them,” said McPhail. “I think it’s extra important. In times like this it is so important for their mental and physical health.”
McPhail and volunteers set up the computers and offer technical support to help get seniors and others become comfortable using the iPad.
Click on the link to find out more information about the iPad program or call our office at 780-608-0636 for more details. It doesn’t cost anything to borrow the iPads, but our programs rely on your donations.
Thank you for your support of this fundraising and community building project of the Camrose Service Clubs Group - you are making a difference in our communities.
Learn more about our charities at CamroseChasetheAce.org
Tickets available at CamroseChaseTheAce.org
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