Comox Rotary’s Ducky 500 winners announced

The winners for the 2020 Rotary Club of Comox Ducky 500 have been announced.

Pat Schultz was the winner of the $2,000 grand prize, consisting of a 10-piece patio dining set, a Bradley smoker, a Paderno Classic non-stick cookware set, and a wicker gel burner.

Kalyssa Heinrich won the $1,500 second-place prize of a Briggs & Stratton 2,200 watt inverter generator, a 231-piece socket set, and a metal tool chest.

Michael North won the third-place prize – a Skyworth 4K 58” smart television, worth $500.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, tickets for this year’s Ducky 500 were sold exclusively online, with the draw taking place Aug. 3.

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