Darren and Therese Jamieson-Harvey were the winners of the annual Shop Summerland contest. The couple won $1

Shopping winner

Darren and Therese Jamieson-Harvey were the winners of the annual Shop Summerland contest.

Darren and Therese Jamieson-Harvey were the winners of the annual Shop Summerland contest. The couple won $1,000, $100 gift certificates from Nesters Market, Summerland IGA and Zias Stonehouse Restaurant and a one-night stay at Summerland Waterfront Resort. From left are Vicky Jones of the Summerland Chamber of Commerce, Rob Murphy of the Summerland Review, Darren Jamieson-Harvey, Therese Jamieson-Harvey and Lisa Jaager of Summerland Waterfront Resort. Missing are Colin Powell of Summerland IGA, Leeanne Sieben of Nesters Market and Shannon Ferlizza of Zias Stonehouse Restaurant.

 

 

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