Millet Fresh Market and the Pipestone Flyer give away a free turkey dinner

Millet Fresh Market and the Pipestone Flyer presented the free Christmas dinner winner on Dec. 21 to Bekki Johnson of Wetaskiwin.

Bekki Johnson (right) was the winner of the Pipestone Flyer free turkey Christmas dinner Facebook contest. Her name was drawn Dec. 20 and editor Stu Salkeld (left) helped her load her winnings into her vehicle Dec. 21 after getting the groceries earlier that day. Millet Fresh Market was a co-sponsor of the contest.

Millet Fresh Market and the Pipestone Flyer presented the free Christmas dinner winner on Dec. 21 to Bekki Johnson of Wetaskiwin.

We thank all those who entered the contest on Facebook. The Turkey Dinner contest was impressive which offered a complete turkey dinner with all the fixings to one lucky social media fan who liked, commented “Pipestone Flyer” and shared the Pipestone Flyer’s Facebook page.

Johnson, as she was picking up her Christmas groceries Dec. 21, said the free turkey dinner will really help her family in the holiday season.

Co-sponsor of the draw was Millet Fresh Market. Store manager Shawn Pyle said the grocery store was happy to help out. “It’s nice to give back to the community,” he said Dec. 21 as Pipestone Flyer staff filled a shopping cart with groceries.

“I am very thankful to the Millet Fresh Market for partnering with us. We had a great response to the contest and we are looking forward to having more contests and giveaways in 2017,” said Michele Rosenthal, publisher.

Like our “Pipestone Flyer” Facebook page to stay up to date our next giveaway.

 

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