Friday, February 05, 2010

Game WINNER announced!!

If you were playing along in the VALENTINES GUESSING GAME you are probably anxiously waiting to find out how many items were in the display, and who the WINNER is?  

The NUMBER is................55...............and the person with the closest guess(46) is....................Wendy from Killam(I think)! 

CONGRATULATIONS WENDY!!!   

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