International Women’s Day was March 8. The Northern View contest winner was Jessica Browne of Prince Rupert. Browne won a silver Pandora bracelet with an International Women’s Day charm. The bracelet was donated by Cooks Jewellers and the winner was drawn on March 13. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

International Women’s Day Contest Winner

Prize donated by Cooks Jewellers

International Women’s Day was March 8. The Northern View contest winner was Jessica Browne of Prince Rupert. Browne won a silver Pandora bracelet with an International Women’s Day charm. The bracelet was donated by Cooks Jewellers and the winner was drawn on March 13. (Photo: K-J Millar/The Northern View)

By K-J Millar

Prince Rupert Northern View

Prize donated by Cooks Jewellers

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