Raffle winners

Quesnel Special Olympics and Quesnel Pipes and Drums ran a shared raffle

Quesnel Special Olympics (SO) and Quesnel Pipes and Drums teamed up on selling raffle tickets. Back row

Quesnel Special Olympics (SO) and Quesnel Pipes and Drums teamed up on selling raffle tickets. Back row, left to right: Dave Robson, Special Olympics; Ellen Mertz, SO; Rick Prosk, both SO and Pipes and Drums; Kelly Atkinson, Pipes and Drums; Jean Scriver, Special Olympian. The first place winner John van den Elzen, centre front, won tickets to the Heritage Classic outdoor hockey game (Ottawa Senators vs. Vancouver Canucks) package; Michelle Tennent, front right, won the second place prize a Prince George Treasure Cove package; and Tracy Bartsch, front left, won the third prize of autographed Canuck hockey sticks and a NHL jersey. Proceeeds of the raffle will be shared by the two groups.

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