GOULBURN resident Wilma McKenzie is the lucky owner of a new $21,450 Hyundai i30 - first prize in the Lions Club of Goulburn City Christmas Raffle drawn outside Centro today.
Ms McKenzie (who had ticket number 30) wins a 1.8-litre four-door hatch, supplied by Geissler Motors Goulburn, which includes registration and CTP insurance.
Second prize went to Amdreena Hill (ticket no. 5047) who wins a $1699 50-inch Samsung Smart TV, supplied by Harvey Norman.
Third prize, $500 worth of petrol, went to M. McClenahan (ticket no. 5447).
Lions Club treasurer Ken Anderson, who conducted the computerised “random number” draw with Mayor Geoff Kettle in front of a large crowd in Auburn Street, said this year’s raffle was a massive success.
A total of 6181 tickets were sold at $10 each.
“This compares to about 5800 we sold last year,” Mr Anderson said.
“We had Val Finlay helping us out this year selling tickets near Kmart in Centro, as well as many other volunteers who dedicated time to the cause.”
Volunteers started selling the tickets in early October.
Raffle proceeds will be distributed to mostly local charities and causes, Mr Anderson said.