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Reward for lights

MARLENE Leggo of Coraki receiving one of the five prizes in the Country Energy Coraki Lions Club Christmas Lights random draw from Norma Thomas of the Coraki Lions Club. Photo Contributed
MARLENE Leggo of Coraki receiving one of the five prizes in the Country Energy Coraki Lions Club Christmas Lights random draw from Norma Thomas of the Coraki Lions Club. Photo Contributed Contributed

MARLENE Leggo of Bridge St, Coraki, was the one of the big winners in the Country Energy Coraki Lions Club Christmas Lights random draw.

Pictured with Norma Thomas from the Coraki Lions Club Mrs Leggo was one of five winners.

The others were the O'Connor family of Adam St, the Stacey family of Donaldson St, the Kapeen family of Bridge St, and the Pignat Family of Donaldson St. Each received $50.

The Lions Club was pleased to see the number of entries as it brightened up the town and created some Christmas spirit.

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