Congratulations Heidi Dew and Matthew Jett!

$1,000 Snowflake Raffle Grand Prize is Drawn

(OREGON CITY, OR – December 22, 2016) – The third annual Oregon City Snowflake Raffle came to a close last Friday, December 16, with the drawing of the final $250 weekly prize and the $1,000 grand prize! The final $250 weekly prize was won by Susan Brostoski and was earned at Nebbiolo Wine Bar. The $1,000 grand prize sponsored by Stacy Spahr and Bret Pippett of Country Financial was won by Heidi Dew and Matthew Jett. Dew and Jett won their ticket at Coffee Rush, a sponsor of the promotion!

Dew and Jett both work in parole and probation at the Sheriff’s Office in downtown Oregon City and are active downtown community members. “I’ve worked here for 9 years and have definitely seen a change in downtown,” stated Dew, “it’s fun to see a heartbeat down here.” Dew has participated in various downtown events and activities including the Halloween Scavenger Hunt!

This year’s Snowflake Raffle was a big success. The Downtown Association received over 11,000 entries via text or online submission with 1,725 unique participants. Thank you to everyone who participated this year! Thank you to our sponsors, Stacy Spahr and Bret Pippett of Country Financial, Oregon City Les Schwab Tires, Oregon City OnPoint Community Credit Union, Coffee Rush, Buy Local Oregon City, Nebbiolo Wine Bar & Market and Mesa Fresca.

 

About the Downtown Oregon City Association

The Downtown Oregon City Association is a volunteer led and volunteer driven 501c(3) non-profit public benefit corporation working towards a revitalized downtown since 2009. It is a nationally accredited “Main Street” program following a comprehensive Four-Point Approach®. The organization is most known for the return to a two-way Main Street, working with property owners to rehab storefronts, public art, and most recently the Illuminate Oregon City video art projection. Today, it is focused on establishing a vibrant retail and restaurant district and fostering mixed-use housing development. To learn more, visit www.downtownoregoncity.org.

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