L’EntourElle: winners of the duck race
Article published on 10 September 2019
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L’EntourElle, the shelter that helps women who are the victims of domestic violence in the Pontiac, unveiled the list of winners of its annual duck race which was held last Sunday, in the municipalities of Fort-Coulonge/Mansfield.
Last year, the first edition of L’EntourElle’s duck races saw about 750 entries and the goal was to raise funds for the rehabilitation of the play structures at the shelter, which had been accomplished. The most recent race was intended to raise funds, this time, to improve the service offered to its’ clientele.

Winners of the duck Category:
1st place: Trip to Montreal, VIA RAIL travel credit of $250: Gilles Dionne
2nd place: $ 200 liquor basket: Lucille Lanoix
3rd place: Relaxation package of MassoTerra and a bottle of wine: Mélissa Béchamp

Winners of the duckling Category:
1st place: Two-day stay at Domaine du Lac Bryson: Stéphane Durocher
2nd place: Brauwerk Hoffman basket of products worth $ 100: Dorius Morin
3rd place: MassoTerra relaxation package and a bottle of wine: Donna Seelye

Participation prizes:
Beauty Set: Brenda Donnelly
Two $40 gift certificates to 7e Ciel: Denise Bélair and Philippe Fortin
Gift certificate for a haircut (Lisa Dubeau): Ryan Hearty
Rachelle’s wooly wonders product line: Denis Fortin
Gift Certificate at Cafe 349: Lise Nault
Top Karting passes: Louise Major, Lucie Bertrand, Stéphanie Laporte and Nathalie Labine
Passes to Adrenaline +: Elizabeth Seguin, Pauline Pare
A bottle of rosé (Little Red Wagon Winery): Ashley Morin
Tupperware Product Basket - Claudee Galipeau: Christiane Beaulieu
Gift certificate at Petawawa Toyota: Nathalie Denault
Set of products for women (Shawville Ford): Émilie Demers
Men’s product package (Shawville Ford): Nathalie Denault

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