Monday, August 31, 2009

Lucky Ducks Cross Finish Line First for Prize Winners

A record number of rubber ducks competed in the 21st Annual Duck Race to benefit The Center for Prevention of Abuse presented by Par-A-Dice Hotel-Casino. With 18,000 ducks competing—nearly 3,000 more than participated last year—the first ducks to cross the finish line won exciting prizes for local residents who adopted them.
Winners are as follows:

Tanya Olds
Washington
$5,000 Shopping Spree from Sherman’s

Sharon Gramm
Metamora
Rainbow Carnival Castle Playset with free installation in the tri-county area from Rainbow Play Systems, Peoria

Celeste Nagle
Spring Valley
$1,000 Savings Bond from South Side Bank


Adam Fuller
Washington
Sunglasses for two from Maui Jim

Jacob Lewis
Chillicothe
Round of Golf for Two at WeaverRidge

Robert Gilmore
Peoria
Spa Package courtesy of Skin Dimensions Day Spa

Rhonda Urban
Peoria
Pizza for a Year from Little Caesars

Nicole Swango
Peoria
Three month family membership to Greater Peoria Family YMCA


Raymond Olson
Peoria
$250 Gift Certificate from Kull Landscaping

Chris Damm
Bartonville
$250 Gift Basket from Absolutely Yours

Amy Angelo
Pekin
One Year Family Membership to Lakeview Museum


Lorrie Hanlon
Peoria
Bradley University Theater Season Tickets for Four

Emily Stein
Peoria
Cornstock Theater Season Tickets for Two

Tina Nester
Edwards
Peoria Ballet Company Season Tickets for Two


Philip and Kathleen Haugens
Metamora
Tickets for Two to any 2009-2010 Peoria Players Production


Emily and Chris Voss
Normal
Stay and Play: Overnight stay at SpringHill Suites by Marriott and Dinner for two at Alexander’s Steakhouse


Jennifer Daly
Unknown
Tickets for two to any 2009-2010 Season Subscription Peoria Symphony Orchestra Concert and Gift Certificate to Jonah’s Seafood House

Greg and Jennifer Crider
Morton
$100 Gift Certificate for Jones Bros. Jewelers

Tim Beutel
Morton
Panera Bread for a year


“The Duck Race is a fun way for The Center to raise funds and public awareness for our community,” explained Martha Herm, executive director. “The more people know about our services to stop abuse, the more effective we all become in keeping our communities safe.”

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