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All 24 "Christmas in November" Finalists Chosen!!!

Tonight is the night! Newschannel 6is giving away six, $1,000 pre-paid bank cards!

All 24 finalists have been chosen. They are:

  • Sallye Whitsipt
  • Paula Jarvis
  • Christopher Baker
  • Missy Forfgren
  • Jackie Slusher
  • Kelly Williams
  • Twila Rasmussen
  • Marlene Osborn
  • Christie Condit
  • Jacob Copeland
  • Sharon Chalupa
  • Nancy Arellano
  • Rashel Gray
  • Cathy Bronson
  • Mary Wilson
  • Margaret Stuber
  • Sandra Cross
  • Brenda Criswell
  • Carlos Ivory
  • Sadie Norton
  • Karyn Casstevens
  • Bobby Garlington
  • Julie Mcguire
  • Peggysue Spears

We will draw six grand prize winners, live, during Newschannel 6 at 10. But everyone will walk away with a prize. The other 18 finalists will each receive a $50 gift card to United.

Winners will be contacted with information on how to claim their prize.

 

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