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Following their first draw of a $10,000 prize, the Rotary Mega Lottery’s even bigger early bird prize has been drawn.

The winner of the $15,000 prize is Diedrich Loewen of Altona, BC.

The winning ticket for the weekly prize of $100 belongs to Doug Peters of Williams Lake, BC.

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Winning the last early bird prize was Cathryn Dick of Cecil Lake, BC.

Next, the Rotary club will be drawing the 50/50 and mega prizes at the Totem Mall, on December 27th.

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