Thornhill man wins charity lottery vehicle

Knights of Columbus
Knights of Columbus' representative Henry Li, left, presents the keys for a new Chevy Malibu to Quinton Scott and his daughter Nicole Feb. 17 in Vancouver.
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Terrace Knights of Columbus are pleased to announce that Quinton Scott of Thornhill won the fourth prize vehicle in the Feb. 1 final draw of their recent province-wide Charity Appeal Lottery.

This is in addition to our Early Bird winner, Frank Dawson, who won $1,000 on Jan. 19.

"We would like to thank everyone else who supported us," said Jim LaBossiere of the local knights club.

All monies raised are distributed back to local knights for their charities.

This raffle raised more than $3,000, which will be donated to various recipients such as the food bank, special olympics, K'San House, and The Pacific Northwest Music Festival.

A full list of winners is available on line at:

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