Stampede volunteer wins cattle raffle

Ponoka Stampede cattle raffle director Joe Dodds presents Bryon Schimpf of Ponoka with a cheque for $40,000

Cattle raffle director Joe Dodds with Bryon Schimpf of Ponoka.

Ponoka Stampede cattle raffle director Joe Dodds presents Bryon Schimpf of Ponoka with a cheque for $40,000, in lieu of 40 head of cattle.

“I’ve got no place to put them,” the raffle winner joked.

Schimpf has been a volunteer with the Stampede for 30 years and received his raffle ticket as a Father’s Day gift.

His was also the first ticket out of the draw.

Cattle raffle winners receiving $50.00

Ticket # – Name – Address

#1130 BRYON SCHIMPF PONOKA

#0050 JAMIL & KATRINA RAWJI PONOKA

#0839 ROCKY ELLISON PONOKA

#0405 J.TOWNSEN & D MCFARTANE BRETON/RIMBEY

#2586 GERARD TREMBLAY ST PAUL

#0405 MARLENE MULLINGER THREE HILLS

#2053 DESMOND BRADY EDBERG

#0939 JON MCCAUGHEY PONOKA

#1369 MARIE MONDS ALDER FLATS

#1004 MANDI MATHESON PONOKA

#0668 JERRY SCHANTZ WETASKIWIN

#0541 WES LANDRY HALL LAKE , SK

#1813 MARIE EISENBARTH LACOMBE

#1021 S. WASIELZKO THORSBY

#1954 FRED BAEHL LACOMBE

#0543 NORMAN WALDRON RIMBEY

#2159 JOHN MEADAHL CAMROSE

#1195 DORAN PREGODA RIMBEY

#1134 LOGAN LEASK WINFIELD

#0595 MARTIN SOBLE CALGARY

#0914 MIKE OLSON PONOKA

#2940 KEN STRUSS CALGARY

#2765 DIANNE BLATZ KILLAM

#2498 BRUCE CHURCHILL GUNN

#1209 BILL & GARY MANDZIUK EDMONTON

#2393 CHRIS JOHNSON WETASKIWIN

#0546 TYLER RELLY/LINDA PARE INNISFAIL

#1869 CALVIN LANGILLE EDMONTON

#1287 PAT RUSSELL PONOKA

#1045 KATH PUKAS CALMAR

#2603 BRUCE ROBINSON ALIX

#0529 VERN BERGUM/DAVID MUIRHEAD SEDGEWICK

#1404 DEREK WESTMAN VERMILLION

#1105 BRANDON GARREY CONSORT

#1181 SCOTT MILLER ATHABASCA

#0055 DOUG HANSEN/FRANK MINTZ WETASKIWIN

#1058 BILL FLINT RED DEER

#0392 BILL HOSKIN LACOMBE

#2733 JIM STUEHMER MILLETW

#2994 CODY BAILEY WETASKIWIN

#2210 MIKE OBRIGEWITCH RED DEER

#0714 EJNER SOMMER PICTURE BUTTE

#0901 ROLLIN SUTLEY BASHAW

#0186 RAY & TRUDY FAUCHER LEDUC

#2990 LARRY DAVID CONDOR

#2308 DEREK MARTINEAU COLD LAKE

#2031 JOSH HUBER CALMAR

#1535 JOHN WHITTLETON

#0455 ED WINTER/LAWRENCE LANDMARK PONOKA

#0523 KEVIN GIRIETZ CORBAL

#1656 GLEN RITCHIE WEST VANCOUVER

#1037 BARB HENNEL STETTLER

#2097 SHANDRA LONNDORF LEDUC

#0338 TYLER SPLETT PONOKA

#2596 BRETT BROWN

#0121 RUDY METSEMAKER GULL LAKE

#0644 LOUISE KANSHUH DIDSBURY

#0013 MERV SASYNIUK (S.P. AB BOYS) TOFIELD

#0065 ED & HELEN CHRISTAINSON BROOKS

#1098 ROD HANSEN

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