Carol Schaffer, TNRD director for Area A, drew a name for the hospital auxiliary’s annual 50/50 draw. This year’s winner was Erin Drake, who lives in Surrey. She and her husband were in the area as he was working on the Trans Mountain pipeline. All of the tickets were sold this year and the total pot was $10,000. Half of the pot ($5,000) is for the winner, Erin Drake, and the other half will go to the auxiliary to help purchase equipment needed for Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital. (Stephanie Hagenaars photo)

Carol Schaffer, TNRD director for Area A, drew a name for the hospital auxiliary’s annual 50/50 draw. This year’s winner was Erin Drake, who lives in Surrey. She and her husband were in the area as he was working on the Trans Mountain pipeline. All of the tickets were sold this year and the total pot was $10,000. Half of the pot ($5,000) is for the winner, Erin Drake, and the other half will go to the auxiliary to help purchase equipment needed for Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital. (Stephanie Hagenaars photo)

Hospital auxiliary draws 50/50 winner

Carol Schaffer, TNRD director for Area A, drew a name for the hospital auxiliary’s annual 50/50 draw. This year’s winner was Erin Drake, who lives in Surrey. She and her husband were in the area as he was working on the Trans Mountain pipeline. All of the tickets were sold this year and the total pot was $10,000. Half of the pot ($5,000) is for the winner, Erin Drake, and the other half will go to the auxiliary to help purchase equipment needed for Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital. (Stephanie Hagenaars photo)

Carol Schaffer, TNRD director for Area A, drew a name for the hospital auxiliary’s annual 50/50 draw. This year’s winner was Erin Drake, who lives in Surrey. She and her husband were in the area as he was working on the Trans Mountain pipeline. All of the tickets were sold this year and the total pot was $10,000. Half of the pot ($5,000) is for the winner, Erin Drake, and the other half will go to the auxiliary to help purchase equipment needed for Dr. Helmcken Memorial Hospital. (Stephanie Hagenaars photo)

By Stephanie Hagenaars