EMHA Lottery Winners !!, News (Essex Minor Hockey)

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Feb 01, 2017 | thavinga | 2073 views
EMHA Lottery Winners !!
     On behalf of EMHA Board of Directors, I would to send a big thank you out to all the volunteers, ticket sellers and buyers for their support in this year’s EMHA Fundraising Lottery Raffle.  Cheques will be mailed to the winners within the next week to 10 days.




Draw # Prize Amt: Winner Name Ticket #
1 $ 1,500.00 Chris Tetzlaff 0216
2 $ 500.00 Angel Kind 0610
3 $ 500.00 Brad Brindley 1347
4 $ 250.00 Joe McLeod 1556
5 $ 250.00 Kevin Ross 0402
6 $ 250.00 Theresa Schaafsma 1687
7 $ 250.00 Shawn Marchand 0823
8 $ 250.00 Tara Harris 0912
9 $ 250.00 Kurt Rivest 1610
10 $ 250.00 Trevor Reaume 2191
11 $ 250.00 Sharon Fowler 0919
12 $ 100.00 Ray Sauve 1497
13 $ 100.00 Shelby Wilkins 2249
14 $ 100.00 Sharon VanLare 1077
15 $ 100.00 Gloria Burling 0957
16 $ 100.00 Shawna Coulter 0451
17 $ 100.00 Joe & Angella Delaurier 1257
18 $ 100.00 Kelly Pope 1932
19 $ 100.00 Jim Geschiere 1048
20 $ 100.00 James Cowper 1425
21 $ 100.00 Louise Grona 0361
22 $ 50.00 Carol Cooper 0380
23 $ 50.00 Brian Deman 2087
24 $ 50.00 Tim Rudge 0004
25 $ 50.00 Jeff Lomarche 0353
26 $ 50.00 Kurt Rivest 0519
27 $ 50.00 Brad Dalglesh 2352
28 $ 50.00 Erika Davidson 1451
29 $ 50.00 Paul Cunningham 0546
30 $ 50.00 Duke Ing 1344
31 $ 50.00 Derek Dunn 1488
32 $ 50.00 Chris Tapping 0982
33 $ 50.00 Jana Tessen 1320
34 $ 50.00 Kyle Bildfell 0513
35 $ 50.00 Ryan O'Neil 0312
36 $ 50.00 Jen Westwood 0848
37 $ 50.00 Colasanti 1552
38 $ 50.00 Sherri Deshaies 1519
39 $ 50.00 Lindsay D. 1818
40 $ 50.00 Ed Vanderbeck 2387
41 $ 50.00 Steve Kotyk 2320
42 $ 50.00 Mike Merheb 1242
43 $ 50.00 Anne Wilson 0835
44 $ 50.00 MaryAnn Chapman 0979
45 $ 50.00 Jamie DeZorzi 0057
46 $ 50.00 Kerry Colenutt 1311
47 $ 50.00 Ryan O'Neil 0311
48 $ 50.00 Donna Martin 0929
49 $ 50.00 Ben Panner 0887
50 $ 50.00 Tonya Wuerch 0010
51 $ 50.00 Grant O'Keefe 1438


Good luck to all Essex teams on their remaining games for this season. GO RAVENS!  

Kindest regards,  
Sumar Clarke-Kellestine EMHA Director, Fundraising & Sponsorship
[email protected]

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