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The Super Bowl Square Winners

by Bill Tobin
February 3, 2013

The winners of the Lions and HABA Squares are declared

Congratuations to the lucky winners.


If you bought a Square for $100 you had a chance to win up to $1,500.

** the Square that matched the score at the end of the 1st Quarter won $500  and the winner is  Dan Haley

** the Square that matched the score at half time won $750 and the winners are the parents of the Holliston High School wrestling team

**the Square that matched the score at the end of the 3rd  Quarter won $500 and the winner is Ed Mantenuto 

** the Square that matched the final score  won $1,500  and the winner is: Aimee Rossini

A drawing was held at Casey’s the afternoon of the Super Bowl – February 3rd. to assign the numbers  randomly  on the board that contained the names in the 100 squares.

Proceeds for this fundraiser will go to Holliston Lions Clubs Scholarships and to the HABA Kamitian Field Sports Facility Build It! Campaign.
 

 

Posted in Sports, Neighborhood.

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Thanks to all who participated this year in support of the Lions and HABA and congrats to the winners!

- Mike Barone | 2/4/13 3:45 PM

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