Don Kashman of Spruce Grove, Alta.

Castlegar Sunfest Fall Progressive 50/50 Raffle announced

The total pot made it up to $ 6,370 so Don walked away with a $3,185.

Castlegar Sunfest would like to announce the winner of the 2017 Fall Progressive 50/50 Raffle from the Dec. 1, 2017, Final Draw: Don Kashman of Spruce Grove, Alta.

The total pot made it up to $ 6,370 so Don walked away with a $3,185. Congratulations Don.

We would like to thank all of you that purchased tickets to support Sunfest. Also huge thanks to the following local businesses for helping us sell tickets for Sunfest: A&W, Bubblees Liquor Store, Canadian Tire-Castlegar, Castlegar Community Complex, Common Grounds Coffee, Crumbs Bakery Café, Diggers & Daisies, Gravi Tea Coffee & Toys, Kootenay Market, Krueckl Financial Services, Mitchell’s Supply, Sun Life Financial and Trowelex Rentals.

See you all in 2018 at Sunfest from June 1 to 3.

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