Jess and Neil Horning of Liquid Blue, the promoters of the Momboosa event in Chester, donated 40 general admission and four VIP tickets for the local drawing. When clients visited the participating businesses, they could sign up - no purchase was necessary. The winners were drawn at the local Chamber meeting Wednesday, July 14, 2010.
The winners can pick up their tickets on Thursday or Friday, July 15 and 16 at the Chester Progressive newspaper office, 135 Main St. Unit C, between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., or on Saturday at the gate.
The four VIP ticket winners were Jan Hammill, drawn from a ticket entered at Laura Semrau, Essential Skincare; Ideal Curtis from Mtn Maid Quilters; Bryan Pixler from Pizza Factory; and Kirby Conklin from Second Hand Rose.
The 40 general admission ticket winners are as follows:
Winning tickets drawn from the business ofLaura Semrau, Essential Skincare:
Alex Tatum, Lynn Cherry, Cristi Donaldson, Jane Scott, Mary & Leon, Maria Morales, and Detra Rouland.
Pizza Factory of Chester: Laura Travis, Kacie Holland, Chrystal Widberg, Jovelyn Longacre, Kyle Wyrick, Sandy Kaluza, Jeff Bruns, Dave Scott, Patrick Daniel, and Steven Kistle.
US Bank in Chester: Arin Thomas and Janette Bondon.
Lake Almanor Fitness Center: Sherry Neth, Tori Anderson, Jennifer Bowman, and Brandy Kraft.
B & B Booksellers: Jeri Griffin and Robin Schumacher.
The Cutting Edge: L. Huff, Sue Stivers, Terry Haver, Deb Mason, Liz Marriott, Vicki Bickel, Chris Jensen, and Terry Floyd.
Farmers Insurance Group: Art Roberts, Robert Souter, and Alisha Sylvester.
Prudential Lake Almanor Real Estate: Chet Leiboldand Marc Veina.
Sonshine Flowers: Vicky Mason.
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