Otter Valley Fish and Game raffle winners announced

The Otter Valley Fish and Game Club held their annual Raffle and Bake Sale during the Tulameen Family Fun Days weekend.

Otter Valley Fish and Game Club held their annual bake sale and raffle during the Tulameen Family Fun Days weekend.

Otter Valley Fish and Game Club held their annual bake sale and raffle during the Tulameen Family Fun Days weekend.

The Otter Valley Fish and Game Club held their annual Raffle and Bake Sale during the Tulameen Family Fun Days weekend. This event takes place each year in August.

The winners of this years raffle were;

Janice Yampolski of Coalmont won first prize, a  $500 gift certificate for gas. Brad Tutkalu from Summerland took home the second prize of a gas gift certificate valeud at $250. Third prize, a GPS was awarded to Joan Wold of Princeton and the fourth prize, the Otter Valley Fish and Game Cookbook was taken home by Julie Krenn of Princeton.

The bake sale was a great success thanks to the efforts of; Carolyn Blank, Trudy Parolin, Mary Quinn, Myra Brewer and Emily Sheppard. Thank you’s as well go out to all the members and non-members of the club who donated to the sale and raffle.

Secondary prizes were won by the following;

Carol Ann Brewer – Carrot Cake. Brad Burton-Smith – Bed Doll with hand-crochet dress. Emily Sheppard – Jar full of lollipops and a Raggedy-Ann doll.

A special thank you is extended to Mike Sanderson and family for their dedication and participation. OVFG appreciates the support received for this event and extends their thanks to all who participated. All funds raised from the weekend goes towards supporting the Otter Valley Fish and Game conservation projects.

You can learn more about the club and their projects by visiting www.tulameenbc.com and by joining their Facebook group at, www.facebook.com/groups/160761784050972 you can keep up to date with events as well.

 

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