Fran Thornton

Shop Summerland raffle winner

Fran Thornton, third from right, was the winner in the Summerland Review’s Shop Summerland This Christmas contest.

Fran Thornton, third from right, was the winner in the Summerland Review’s Shop Summerland This Christmas contest.

She won a $750 shopping spree to be spent at participating merchants, a one-night stay at the Summerland Waterfront Resort, a $100 gift certificate from Zias Stonehouse Restaurant, a $100 gift certificate from Summerland IGA and a $100 gift certificate from Nesters Market.

For the shopping spree, $500 was donated by the Summerland Review and $250 came from the Summerland Chamber of Commerce.

From left are Summerland IGA owner Colin Powell, Nesters Market manager Leanne Sieben, Summerland Chamber manager Christine Petkau, Thornton, Lisa Jaager of the Summerland Waterfront Resort and Jo Freed of the Summerland Review. Missing is Shannon Ferlizza of Zias Stonehouse Restaurant.

 

 

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