Maryann Kopetski won the Quesnel Observer’s Valentine’s Day Love Song Matchup contest

She was one of six people who correctly answered and got to take home all prizes

Maryann Kopetski had her name drawn in the Quesnel Observer’s Valentine’s Day Love Song Matchup contest on Feb. 14.

Kopetski was one six people who got all the answers correct.

There were 28 entries, and the Observer thanks each and everyone of them, as well as the sponsors.

Kopetski received quite a haul of goodies: $100 cash; Julie’s Edible Bouquet; bouquet of flowers, Eiffel Flowers; $50 gift certificate, Wings; a Ukulele, Quesnel Music; gift certificate, Circle “S” Western Wear; and one year subscription, Quesnel Observer.

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