The Hospitals of Regina Foundation is launching its spring Home Lottery by showcasing a new $1.5 million showhome.
It’s the most expensive grand prize in the 29-year history of the lottery.
The custom-built 4,400-square foot home was constructed by Harmony Builders and features a central curved staircase along with a built-in outdoor kitchen on the deck. Public viewing of the home, located in The Creeks, begins Feb. 24.
Thousands of prizes are up for grabs, along with cash from the 50/50 draw.Tickets are $100 each, three for $250, five for $375 and super packs for $500. Visit hrfHomeLottery.com for more information.
The spring lottery is expected to raise $1.6 million. That money is used to help support doctors, nurses and other health care workers, while also supporting expanded health care services, education and research. Part of the funds from the spring lottery will go towards specialized equipment for patients with heart conditions.