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Winners named in Hooterville raffle

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Woodinville Mayor Lucy DeYoung draws the five names in the Hooterville raffle while Michele Roulet records the winners and their prizes.
Photo by Laurel McLaughlin.

benefit raffle The first name drawn in the Hooterville Safehaus raffle was Don McElroy of Woodinville, who won the two roundtrip tickets for a destination of his choice on Alaska Airlines.
   The non-profit animal shelter in Woodinville held the raffle to benefit homeless and abandoned animals. Volunteers sold nearly 2,500 tickets bringing in $4,885 for the organization.
   A dinner for two on the "Spirit of Washington" dinner train was won by Vicki Garner of Seattle.
   Olga St. John of Shoreline was the recipient of a 1996 Entertainment Book. The gift certificate to Jay-Berry's was won by Dean Fisher of Redmond. Linda Hansen of Seattle was the final name drawn. She won a free hair styling at Silver Shears in Woodinville.