Win land, help St. Vincent Hospital: The Colorado Land Rush is raffling off land near Leadville
Editor’s note: This content is sponsored by St. Vincent General Hospital
What would you do if you won land in Colorado?
The St. Vincent Hospital Foundation is hosting the Colorado Land Rush and raffling off a forested 0.46 acre parcel of land in the Pan Ark Estates subdivision south of Leadville. Raffle tickets are $75 plus fees. The winner will be chosen randomly and announced at the Leadville BBQ & Brew Festival at 4 p.m. June 22 in downtown Leadville, and you don’t need to be present to win
Sound too good to be true? Land ownership could be a reality, and in buying a raffle ticket, you are actually helping to support rural health care services in Lake County.
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After nearly closing the facility in 2015, St. Vincent Hospital is celebrating its 140-year history and will break ground on a new state-of-the-art facility later this year. The funds raised from the Colorado Land Rush land raffle will be used to help purchase a new CT scanner, which enables doctors to diagnose head and neck injuries, find internal organ damage and stabilize patients. Whether the patients are treated in Leadville or need to be transferred to a trauma center, detailed imaging from a CT scanner is critical.
Situated in the shadows of some of the state’s 14,000-foot peaks, the Leadville area boasts majestic views, hiking, biking, fishing, rafting, skiing and other outdoor activities.
What would you do if you won land in Colorado? The possibilities are endless for outdoor recreation, and it’s a place for you to call home.
To purchase a raffle ticket or tickets, go to ColoradoLandRush.com. To learn more about St. Vincent Hospital’s new facility and extensive history, visit LeadvilleHospital.org. Act fast, the winner will be announced at the Leadville BBQ & Brew Festival at 4 p.m. June 22.
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