Shannon White and grandson Cayden choose the prizes during the draw for winning donators on Saturday

Shannon White and grandson Cayden choose the prizes during the draw for winning donators on Saturday

Princeton donates $5k for children

The fundraiser initiated by Shannon White of Princeton brought in over $5,000 for BC Children’s Hospital

As a way of giving back to those who helped her family, Shannon White of Princeton initiated a fundraiser to raise funds for BC Children’s Hospital.

Due to the generosity of local individuals and businesses the fundraiser included the chance for those who donated to win prizes. On Saturday, May 31 just before she was to leave for the Miracle Weekend on Global television, Shannon stopped in at Valley First Credit Union to choose the winners. As of Saturday, funds raised for B.C. Children’s Hospital amounted to $5076.89. The online donations and donations made during Shannon’s participation during Miracle Weekend have yet to be totalled.

A very excited Cayden, (Shannon’s five year old grandson) said, “we’re giving prizes to help the kids to feel better!” With that statement, Shannon, assisted by Leslie Edwards and Cayden, went on to draw the prize winners.

Amanda Jean Whitlaw – Cool Beans Coffee; Theresa Antonick – Cindy’s Day Spa; Destiny Earle – Flowers In Motion; Sylvia Potter – Sweet Sensations; John Sandness – Cooper’s Foods; Jason Earle – Flowers In Motion; Vesper – Subway; Bill Montgomery – Cooper’s Foods; Jessica Kaiser – Similkameen Spotlight; Keith Olsen – Rootz Hair Salon; Jenny Pateman – Work n’ Play; Linnea Krenn – Pasha’s Pizza; Leslie Edwards – Princeton Golf Club; Abby Phillips – Co-Co’s Bistro; J. Gillis – Princeton Golf Club; L. Thompson – Maeve Lily (Trisha Coyne); Patty Vinthers – Brown Bridge Pub; Sam St. Pierre – Billy’s Family Restaurant; Myia Whelpton and Monica Broderick – Bridge Street Car Wash; Old Style – Brian Coyne – Princeton Brewing; Linette McClelland – Wine basket; Theresa Antonic – Hot Chocolate basket and Sandra Simpson – Fletcher Building Supply. Judy Robinson and Ernie Willis each won one of the pallets of pellets in the Silent Auction, courtesy of Princeton Co-Gen.