The Chetek Lions Club held their annual rifle raffle drawing on Saturday, Nov. 7, at Main Street Park, with Chetek Mayor Jeff Martin having the honors of drawing the winners. The names drawn for the prizes are as follows: Andrea Lemmons, of New Auburn, (grand prize) Browning A-Bolt III synthetic stock bolt action rifle (.300 Win. mag.) or $400 cash; Roger Peterson, (first prize) Henry lever-action rifle (.22 caliber) or $300 cash; Layne French, (second prize) Ruger 10/22 scope package (camo stock) or $250; Chris and Wayne Muhonen, of Chetek, (third prize) CVA Optima V2 muzzleloader, stainless steel, camouflage stock (.50 caliber) or $200; Jon Michels, (fourth prize) Leupold 8x32 binoculars or $100; Randy Myers, of Rice Lake, (fifth prize) $100 gift card to Kwik Trip; and Lucas Pierce, of Chetek, John Liegh, of Argyle, and Sever Rundhaug, (sixth through eighth prizes) choice of a $50 gift card from Mommsen Sports, Rod & Gun Sport Shop and Scheels. The winner of the pistol board was Scott Mohr, who won a Ruger Super Redhawk .44 mag or $500 cash. Pictured, left to right, in front, are Lions Club members Mack McConnaughhay, Melodie McConnaughhay, Jolene Carpentier and Del Wacker. In back are Chetek Mayor Jeff Martin, Mark Carpentier and Mike Kelly.

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