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Rotary Club of St. Thomas II Announces Winners of Car Raffle

The crowd was tense at the Aqua Terra Grill at the Marriott’s Frenchman’s Reef Beach Resort on Wednesday, May 22, as more than 6,000 raffle ticket stubs whirled in a new ticket spinner designed and built by the crew at My Brother’s Workshop. The winning tickets were:
Grand Prize 2013 Chevy Cruze
04046—Valerie Price Jones
Ten additional prizes were won by:
04374 – Jovonn Industrious
Cruise for 2 donated by The West Indian Company Ltd.
01326—Leon Richardson
Five hotel nights for 2 donated by Marriott’s Frenchman’s Reef Beach Resort
02178—Katina Coulianos
$1,500 cash donated from Rotary II
08954—Judy Duran
$500 cash donated by Merchants Commercial Bank
02792—Lorraine Richardson
$500 cash donated by Addie Ottley at WSTA
03240—Mack Nurse
$500 gift certificate donated by Silk Greenery
03035—Eunice Edwards
$500 food basket donated by Cost U Less
00468—Al LaBorde
2 round trip tickets to Puerto Rico donated by Seaborne Airlines
07080—Melita Etienne
Two hotel nights for 2 donated by Sugar Bay Resort & Spa
03969—Jeannette Davis
36” Flat Screen TV donated by KMart
Funds raised from the raffle go to supporting the club’s Macon Berryman Scholarships, which provide four students with a four-year education at the University of the Virgin Islands. Other beneficiaries include Math Counts, Bethlehem House, the Strive Senior Center and the club’s adopted Adelita Cancryn Junior High School.
President Cassie Mallory thanked everyone for helping Rotarians to continue to strengthen its community and provide service where it is needed.
For more information, contact LaVerne Ragster, Public Relations Committee, Rotary Club of St. Thomas II at 643-6550 or lragste@live.uvi.edu

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