The Kelowna Lionesses held their annual raffle, Thursday May 11 at the Urban Fare. - Credit: Photo Contributed

Lionesses draw for prizes

Winners collected their were drawn for the annual Kelowna Lioness raffle, May 11.

Winners were drawn for the annual Kelowna Lionesses raffle, May 11.

The raffle tickets were drawn at Urban Fare in the morning with 10 Lionesses in uniform and Scott Fedorwich the manager of Urban Fare aiding in the draw.

First place of $500 of groceries went to Urban Fare-Gladys Laing, followed by second Judt Kennedyat of Loungers $200. Judy Waaga took third with $100 movie tickets.

Urban Fare also donated $250 to Ward Fraser Voyager R.V. for the Loungers and to Dinah Batke at McDonald Realty for the movie tickets.

The Kelowna Lioness are thrilled with the support and all the funds raised will stay in our community.

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