Barriere AG Foods staff person Cori Walker draws the winning Heritage Society raffle tickets while Darlene Hagen holds the ticket basket. Submitted photo:

Who won the Barriere & District Heritage Society Meat Draw Raffle?

Barriere AG Foods staff person Cori Walker (right) drew the winners of the Annual Barriere & District Heritage Society Meat Draw Raffle while Darlene Hagen held the ticket basket. First place winner of the $200 Meat Pack was Greg Smith. Second place winner of a $100 meat pack went to M. Taylor. Third place winner of a $50 turkey was Les Fortier. The Heritage Society thanked AG Foods for letting them sell tickets in the lobby of the store, and to those who donated the meat; Mitchell’s Mountain Beef, Rainer’s Custom Cutting, 4 Bar S Ranch Stutt Family, and Fran Wagstaff. They also thanked all who purchased tickets to make their raffle a success. All funds generated go to support the operation of The North Thompson Museum.

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