'1st Annual Hamlin Pub Charity Gig '05 - WINNERS!'
Ladies & Gentlemen,
Many thanx, one and all, that came out last night to our 1st Annual Hamlin Pub Charity Event over in Lake Orion.
You should all know that due to your kind donations with regard the Raffle tickets, and on-the-day Silent Auction and Buy-It-Now signed items, that we managed to raise over $1,000 for our designated charity!
This was, for such a smaller event than normal, a wonderful, wonderful achievement and goes to show that all our readers are still the best that the States can provide!
Many, many people aided our cause with their own Raffle ticket selling, but the one lady that took it to an all new level was the lovely Jackie Schilter. The Molina Health Care sweetheart managed to collect over $400 by herself. This was an incredible feat and what made it even more wonderful was that hers was the 1st Runners-Up Raffle ticket drawn on the night ... as you will see below!
And so, without further ado, here are all those lucky winning Raffle ticket names and numbers from last night's drawing:
GRAND PRIZE WINNER: 40862 - Ashley Moser, Waterford
1st Runner's Up: 43137 - Jackie Schilter, 'Molina'
2nd Runner's Up: 40885 - Pat Mikol, Westland
3rd Runner's Up: 43183 - Rodd Cunningham, Lake Orion
4th Runner's Up: 43058 - George Reynolds, Oxford
There were also three other names drawn to receive consolation prizes:
43008 - Mike Stevenson, Rochester Hills
40843 - Ray Trevino, Pontiac
40950 - Jennifer Silver, Lake Orion
And so, and once again, many thanx to all of you that either donated or simply ran around like headless chickens to aid our cause last night. Some huge thanx for all their hard work must go out to: Nanette Roberts, my entire Wednesday night Dart's Team out there at the Hamlin Pub, George Reynolds and his wonderful staff, Lara Marcinkowski, and - of course - the lovely Jackie Schilter!
Take care and we hope to see you all at our next event, coming up during the NBA Play-Offs ... very soon!
Russell A. Trunk
Director & Editior in Chief
"I still think of myself as I was 25 years ago. Then I look in a mirror and see an old bastard and realise it's me!" - The Late, Great, Dave Allen.
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