Hear the drawings as broadcast live on WOON 1240 Saturday night at the conclusion of the festival.........(click link)

 

http://media.onworldwide.com/archive/OLQMWinners080517.wma

 

Split The Pot--Winner Drawn, Name unavailable at press time.

500 R.I. Lottery Scratch Tix--Janet Gamache

$10,000 Raffle:

-$500--Diane Nikola

-$500--Margie Griley

-$1500--Rachel Naradowy

-$2500--Paul McLaughlin

-$5000--Donna O'Rourke

 

 

 

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