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Photo submitted Shown from left are Bet on Fulton County Raffle winners Darla Perham, Priscilla Curthoys, David and Jennifer Connolly, who split $11,000.

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Bet on Fulton County raffle winners split $11,000 prizes

Tuesday, July 29, 2014 - Updated: 6:09 AM

JOHNSTOWN -- Apparently, sharing is caring, as the top prize winners of the Fulton Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce's Bet on Fulton County Raffle decided to split the earnings with the next runner-up.

The chamber held its 20th annual fundraiser for the Fulton County Tourism Department Friday, July 25 at the Holiday Inn.

The final two tickets holders for the evening's raffle decided to split first and second prizes of $10,000 and $1,000, respectively. Each ticket holder received $5,500.

The winners were Dave and Darla Perham, David and Jennifer Connolly, and Priscilla Curthoys.

Third prize of $1,000 was won by T.J. Bradt; fourth prize of $200 went to Hershel Coloney. Fifth, sixth, and seventh prizes of $100 each were respectively awarded to Jonny/Steven (no last names given), Frank and Tammy Malagisi, and Anne Marie Dalfonso. A $100 consolation prize was given to Bernie and Helen Andrzejeuski.

"I'm grateful to the community for their support of our tourism program and am pleased with the attendance during the evening's festivities," said Gina DaBiere-Gibbs, Fulton County's tourism director. "We are fortunate to have held this raffle for 20 years and to still have the continued support each year."

For more information call 725-0641 or visit our tourism website at www.44lakes.com.

     

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