Christmas Passport winners chosen

Congratulations to the winners of the 2012 Christmas Passport program.

  • Dec. 26, 2012 9:00 a.m.

Princeton Ambassador Megan Pateman and Vice ambassador Taylor Gibb assist Mayor Frank Armitage in drawing the winners of the Princeton Christmas Passport program during the regular meeting of Council on Monday

Mayor Armitage, with assistance from Ambassador Megan Pateman and Vice Ambassador Taylor Gibb drew the winners of the Christmas Passport Shopping program  during the regular meeting of council held on Monday, Dec. 17.

The Christmas Passport program is a Princeton and District Chamber of Commerce initiative sponsored by the businesses of Princeton.

The first prize package was won by Chantelle Hergott consisting of $150 Princeton Christmas Cash to be spent at participating businesses in Princeton, gift certificates from; Belaire Restaurant, Chevron, Cloverdale Paint, Cowboy Coffee/CoCo’s, Princeton Glass, Santo’s, Avon Gift Basket from Heather King, 1 lb. Coffee from Cool Beanz,  fleece blanket from Fields, chocolate and gum from IDA Pharmacy, Racing Wii Bundle & Broadband Signal Amp. from the Source and Coconut Macaroons from Thomasina’s Tea Room.

The second prize package was won by Colleen Stevens consisting of $100 Princeton Christmas Cash, gift certificates from Billy’s Restaurant, Heart to Heart Flowers and Gifts, Subway, Work N’ Play, 1 lb Coffee from Cool Beanz, a Bird Bell from Everything Pets, chocolate and gum from IDA Pharmacy, Goddess Gift Pack from Shoppers Drug Mart and headphones and ipod case from the Source.

The third prize package was won by, Stephanie Antonick consisting of $100 Princeton Christmas Cash, gift certificates from Cooper’s Foods, Copper Mountain Pub and Restaurant (and t-shirt), Country Kitchen Restaurant, a picture from Almost New, a Bird Bell from Everything Pets, chocolate and gum from IDA Pharmacy, Double Edge Pulll Saw from Home Hardware and flashlight and camera lens cleaner from the Source.

Princeton Christmas Cash prizes were sponsored by Royal Canadian Legion, Countryside Inn, Evergreen Motel, Princeton Redi-Mix, The Hut Grocery, Bottle Depot & Tax Services, Villager Motel and Westland Insurance.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2012 Christmas Passport program and many thanks to the businesses in Princeton for their participation and support.

 

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