Long-time local wins major prize in raffle for Jorja
LONG-TIME local Nicki Steel was presented with her first place prize from a raffle hosted by Annie’s Little Treasure’s on Tuesday morning.
To help Ray and Jo Linthwaite whose threeyear-old daughter Jorja is now in remission from Acute Myeloid Leukaemia, Annie Freeman from Annie’s Little Treasures ran a raffle to raise money for the family. Ms Steel won two VIP passes to the 2014 Airlie Beach Music Festival, access to all licensed venues from Jubilee Pocket to Cannonvale participating in the 2014 Airlie Beach Music Festival, free bus transport from 9am-5pm daily to and from participating licensed venues, three nights’ accommodation at Best Western Mango House Resort, a $50 Dinner Voucher at Capers Restaurant, a $50 Voucher for Airlie Beach Hotel bottle shop and a $25 Caltex Card from Proserpine Caltex.
Ms Steel said she was over the moon and would have friends visiting the area during the festival next week.
She purchased the winning ticket at Annie’s Little Treasures at the Whitsunday Diving Academy in Jubilee Pocket.
Ms Freeman said the raffle could not have happened without the support of Gavin ‘Butto’ Butlin from the Airlie Beach Music Festival.
Ms Freeman said she would also like to thank all other businesses who donated prizes to the raffle.
WINNER WINNER: Annie Freeman of Annie’s Little Treasures presented Nicki Steel with her first place prize on Tuesday morning.