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Congratulations to our winners!

Staff |  11 July 2009

The Jesuit Communications Raffle was drawn on 6 July. Many thanks to all who participated, and congratulations to the winners: First prize: Bernadette Magee, Yokine WA. Second prize: Louise Keady, Coonamble NSW. Third prize: Margaret Young, Camberwell Vic. Fourth prize: Helen Salter, Holland Park Qld. Fifth prize: Adrian and Jennifer Hart, Junee NSW.

Stay tuned for Jesuit Communications' Christmas raffle later in the year.

 


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