Sandpoint Lions Club announces raffle winners

By Ben Olson

Reader Staff

I know of four people who are celebrating a little extra after the Fourth of July weekend.

The Sandpoint Lions Club has announced the winners of its annual raffle.

Doreen Balch won the grand prize John Deer Gator purchased by the Lions from Papé Machinery.

Mary McPherson won the second prize; a $2,000 shopping spree in Bonner County.

Tim Pulford won the third prize; two season passes to Schweitzer Mountain Resort for the 2015-2016 season.

Alan Barrett won the fourth prize; $1,000 cold, hard cash.

Congratulations everyone! And special thanks to the Lions for making our holiday weekend shine.

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