Carly Turner managed to fill four shopping carts, for a total of $1,470.40 worth of groceries. / Submitted Photo

Mission woman grabs close to $1,500 in free groceries

Rotary Club of Mission Midday’s second annual Shopping Spree contest at Save On Foods was a big hit

Carly Turner was the lucky shopper in the Rotary Club of Mission Midday’s second annual Shopping Spree at Save On Foods.

The Rotary Club along with Save On Foods sponsored this five minute shopping spree as a fundraiser for the many community projects Rotary supports.

Turner managed to fill four shopping carts for a total of $1,470.40 worth of groceries.

Turner’s mother, Jackie, purchased the winning ticket and said the food will be split between the families of her two children, herself and a basket of food for the Christmas Bureau.

Second and third prizes were $200 and $100 gift certificates for Save On Foods.

The Rotary Club would like to thank Save On Foods for partnering in this fundraiser and everyone who bought tickets.

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