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And the Winner is…

By Nina Jensen

…Ticket number 1526!!!

Congratulations to Charlotte from Lake Hayes Estate who was the winner of the “Little Happiness House” playhouse!

The winner was drawn by police constable Zoe Albon on the 18th December…just in time for Christmas.

Ray White Queenstown owners Bas Smith and Cameron Reed took the opportunity to present a cheque for a whopping $2210 to Happiness House manager Karen Stuart with funds raised from raffle ticket sales.  Also present was Rotary’s Harvey Bourne.

Ray White Queenstown would like to thank all those that bought tickets, Resene for donating the paint to decorate the house and the Rotary members who painted the playhouse.

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