CSN Ticket Winners Announced

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Wednesday, June 20th, 2012 at 10:35 AM
CSN Ticket Winners Announced by Cory Vaillancourt

Moments ago, in a drawing held at the Jefferson Educational Society, the winners of 12 pairs of VIP tickets to the Presque Isle Partnership’s “Best Summer Night” event – featuring Crosby, Stills, and Nash – were announced. Congratulations go out to:

Nicole Munsee Lambert

Tony Pace

Laurie Backstrom Belczyk

Adam J. Trott

Cole Schenley

Diana Dunar

Sue Martin

Steve Trohoske

Mary Beth Carlucci Pfister

Merrill Brace

Marlo Machalinksi

Barbara Garner

If you or someone you know appears in this list of winners, contact the Perry 200 Commemoration at 814-459-8000, or info@perry200.com. Tickets must be picked up at the Jefferson Educaiontal Society at 3207 State Street by 10 a.m. Friday morning.

The tickets were awarded courtesy of the Perry 200 Commemoration Commission, who would like to thank everyone who entered. This event, held in conjunction with a host of sponsors, is but a small part of the festivities surrounding the Perry 200 Commemoration; for more information on the Perry 200 Commemoration, visit www.Perry200.com, or read Ben Speggen’s story here.

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