PGCF & Rotary partner with PG Cougars for 50/50 mega jackpot to support proposed destination park

PGCF & Rotary partner with PG Cougars for 50/50 mega jackpot to support proposed destination park
FEBRUARY 11, 2022



February 10, 2022


Prince George, BC – The Prince George Cougars, Prince George Community Foundation and Rotary are excited to announce the next Mega 50/50 Jackpot Night in the season, coming up on Saturday, February 26th against the Portland Winterhawks. 


The guaranteed jackpot is $30,000 thanks to the support of Wood Wheaton Supercentre. Mega Jackpot tickets will go on sale online at 9:00am Monday, February 14th. (Must be 19+; know your limit, play within it). 


The Prince George Community Foundation and Rotary are planning on building the largest multi-sport family adventure park in Northern BC History. This proposed park will be a tourist attraction that will put Prince George on the map. All proceeds from this Mega Jackpot will go to help support this project where kids and families can remain active. 



Rotary Club of Prince George 

“When the idea of building a park with something for all ages was suggested we eagerly became involved.  One of the best things about living in Prince George is the variety of recreational opportunities.  This park will bring even more diverse and inclusive activities for people to enjoy. “says Rod Holmes, President Prince George Downtown Rotary

Wood Wheaton Supercentre 

“At Wood Wheaton Supercentre we embrace challenge, invite change and engage innovation to champion growth in our people, our community and our business.” Says Sales Manager Mark Chester. “Our support of this Mega Park meets the community portion of this Mission Statement as well as the growth of the people we work with everyday. We are excited and extremely proud to participate in what we hope will be the biggest Mega 50/50 draw ever so we can kick start this Mega Park and expand healthy activities offered in our community to aid in its growth and the enjoyment of the people who live here. “ 

Prince George Community Foundation 

“Our vision is to construct a park with different recreation areas that allows everyone regardless of age and abilities to embrace the outdoors. We are thrilled to be working with Rotary on this exciting initiative.”  says Mindy Stroet, Director of Development with the Prince George Community Foundation. 





For Media Enquiries Contact: 



Rotary Club of Prince George 

Rod Holmes – President 



Wood Wheaton Supercentre

Mark Chester, Sales Manager 



Prince George Community Foundation 

Mindy Stroet, Director of Development 


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