Elburn Days 2014 Raffle winners

By on August 22, 2014

ELBURN—The following people were winners in the Elburn Days 2014 Raffle: Andrew Ranney of St. Charles (two Chicago Blackhawks jerseys, courtesy of Maple Park Police Department—lllinois Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics); Rick Mueller of Elburn ($50 certificate courtesy of Mediacom Communications Corporation); Katie Schutzenoefer of Elburn (“Thirty One” bag, courtesy of Kaneland Special Needs PTA); Sandy Mennella of Elburn (Origami Owl); Kate Powell of Elburn ($50 U.S. Borne Books); John Jain of Elburn (440 RL radar detector, courtesy of HorsePower Therapeutic Riding); Liz Gortowski (60-minute horseback riding lesson, courtesy of Promise Equine Center); Donna Dietz (60-minute massage, courtesy of Higher Energy Massage Therapy); Jacquie Marquardt of Elburn ($50 shopping spree, courtesy of Tupperware—Mallory Rosenwinkel); and Jim Geraghty of West Chicago, Ill. (reverse osmosis water purification system, courtesy of Ecowater System).

Cheyenne Santschi of Elburn won the Elburn Lions Club 50/50, with a total pot of $8,783.

Bill Wimmer of Elburn won the Elburn Lions Club drawing for a Chevy Car/Truck or $30,000. The Lions would like to thank Bob Jass Chevrolet, Elburn.

Raulene Kuebelbeck of Elburn won $2,104.

Jenna Zimmerman of Cortland and Joey Esposito of Elburn won the Guess the Candy Jar, sponsored by Elson Financial Services.

Lee Newtson of Sycamore won $1,000, courtesy of American Legion Daniel Simpson Post 630. B. Funderburke won $500; John T. Smith of Elburn won $250; Jeff O’Connell of Hinckley won $150; Harry Hartman won $100.
Winners of the Harley-Davidson 2014 Street Slider and other prizes will be announced Friday, Oct. 17. The winner of a Harley-Davidson 2014 Switchback and other prizes (courtesy of DuKane Chapter A.B.A.T.E of Illinois) will be announced at the Springfield Mile Races on Sunday, Aug. 31.
Winners of various prizes in the Sycamore Lions Pumpkin Fest Raffle will be drawn on Sunday, Oct. 26.

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