Chilliwack FC sets up for registration and raffle

Sign up for fall soccer or take a chance in Chilliwack FC's raffle draw by visiting Cottonwood Mall this weekend.

Chilliwack FC will be at Cottonwood Mall Saturday and Sunday, taking registration for fall soccer.

CFC reps will man a table from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday — they’ll be set up near Purdy’s Chocolate, along with CFC’s raffle vehicle.

The grand prize in this year’s raffle is a 2013 Ford F150 Pick Up Super Crew XLT XTR  from Chilliwack Ford.

Entrants may also win a $3000 travel voucher courtesy of Roblin Travel, and tickets will be available at the registration table.

Tickets are $10, with all funds raised going towards Chilliwack FC programming and equipment.

The draw date is July 6.

Get registration and raffle info online at chilliwackfc.com

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