Prince Rupert Sea Cadets fundraising to go to Diamond Jubilee

The Prince Rupert Sea Cadet corps are raising money to go Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee celebration in Vancouver.

The RCSS #7 Captain Cook Sea Cadet Corps gave out the prizes from their Valentines Month Raffle which was part of the corps’ fundraising efforts for a trip down to Vancouver where they will take part in the Diamond Jubilee celebration there.

The Diamond Jubilee marks 60 years that Queen Elizabeth II has sat on the throne. In the entire history of the British monarchy, there has only ever been one diamond jubilee before this one; Queen Victoria’s in 1897.

Fourth place went to Marie Stokes who won a Dinner for two at Lush Restaurant and a $200 voucher for Chances Casino.

Third place when to Valerie Wilson who won a one night’s stay in the Treat Suite and a $50 champagne voucher from the Crest Hotel.

Second Place went to Avis Hopkins who won not one, but two 32GB Blackberry Playbooks (tablet computers).

Pat Anderson won first place and received a free round0trip to Vancouver on Hawk Air.

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