Pipestone Flyer free Christmas dinner winner announced

The Pipestone Flyer has a winner in its Christmas turkey dinner giveaway.

The winner of the Pipestone Flyer's free turkey dinner was Bekki Johnson of Wetaskiwin.

The Pipestone Flyer has a winner in its Christmas turkey dinner giveaway.

The response on Facebook for the contest was impressive, which, through the generosity of co-sponsor Millet Fresh Market and Black Press, offers a complete turkey dinner with all the fixings to one lucky Facebook fan who liked, commented and shared The Pipestone Flyer’s Facebook page.

Pipestone Flyer reporter Amelia Naismith made the draw for the lucky winner Monday, Dec. 19 at 1 p.m. The winner was Becky Johnson of Wetaskiwin.

Congratulations to Becky and her family. The paper will have coverage of Becky receiving her prize in the Dec. 29 edition.

Keep a sharp eye on “Pipestone Flyer” on Facebook for more contests in the new year.


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