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List of 2012 St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway Winners

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Great Day crew welcomes St. Jude Dream Home winner Brenda Lincoln Great Day crew welcomes St. Jude Dream Home winner Brenda Lincoln
FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) -

Brenda Lincoln of Fresno, CA is the grand prize winner of a newly-built, $375,000 house announced during the 9th Annual St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway Special, which raised $1,004,020 for the kids of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Her winning ticket was pulled during the FOX 26 live special on Sunday, November 11.

The house is located in the Chestnut Grove community of Fresno. It was built by major donor De Young Properties with support from various local suppliers and housing subcontractors. Local St. Jude patients drew the winners of 19 other prizes, including a $1,000 gift certificate to Amenities Aveda Day Spa & Salon, flowers for a year, courtesy of A Secret Garden Florist, a $1,000 jewelry gift certificate at Fresno Coin Gallery, a one year membership to Sierra Athletic Club and many more!

"We're really proud about the success of the 9th Annual St. Jude Dream Home in the Central Valley in helping raise $1,004,020 for the life saving work at St. Jude," said Clovis City Councilman and Central Valley St. Jude Dream Home Chairman, Bob Whalen. "We are very appreciative to De Young Properties, KMPH FOX 26, 106.7 KJUG Country, Univision Radio, The Fresno Bee, Business Street Online, Mor Furniture, Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Alpha Delta Kappa, Fresno Coin Gallery, Fresno County Federal Credit Union, national sponsors, Brizo and Shaw Floors and the volunteers, local businesses and local residents whose generous support made this event possible."

 

Grand Prize Winner:

Brenda Lincoln, Fresno, CA - St. Jude Dream Home, valued at $375,000 in the De Young Chestnut Grove Community in Fresno

Additional Prizes:

Dave Lewis, Clovis, CA - $10,000 Furniture Shopping Spree at Mor Furniture

Wanda Adams, Springville, CA – Gas for a year valued at $3,000

Anita Shaw, Fresno, CA – Groceries for a year valued at $2,000

Mina Villa, Hanford, CA - $500 visa gift card, courtesy of Affinity Dental

Andrea Franklin, Auberry, CA - Flowers for a year at A Secret Garden Florist

Marilyn Patrick, Fresno, CA – 42" Insignia Plasma HDTV, courtesy of Fresno County Federal Credit Union

Christina Bennett, Fresno, CA – His and hers cruiser bicycles, courtesy of Rubber Soul Bicycles

Manuel Gregory, Tulare, CA – Gym membership for a year at Sierra Athletic Club

Robert Jauregui, Selma, CA – Deluxe hotel stays at Hilton Garden Inn in Bakersfield

Lorraine Torres, Hanford, CA - Sebo X-4 Vacuum, A-1 Vacuum & Sewing Center

Marco Bejar, Fresno, CA - $1,000 gift certificate at Amenities Aveda Day Spa & Salon

Rene Mertens, Fresno, CA - Talo ® Smart Touch ® kitchen faucet and accessories package, courtesy of Brizo

Michele Lopez, Parlier, CA – Catered kids party, courtesy of Fatte Albert's Pizza

Judith Morinaga, Fresno, CA - $1,000 Jewelry Gift Certificate at Fresno Coin Gallery

Nancy Stidman, Visalia, CA – Game in a Suite and first pitch at a 2013 Grizzlies game, courtesy of Fresno Grizzlies

JJ Geis, Fresno, CA - $1,000 shopping spree at Jcpenney

Thelma Watson, Clovis, CA - $1,000 gift certificate at Ooh La La

Donna Post, Clovis, CA - Pandora Charm Bracelet and $500 gift card, courtesy of Rogers Jewelry

Michael and Ida Dimas, Fresno CA - $1,000 gift card, courtesy of Shaw Floors

Michael Walsh, Mt. Aukum, CA - $1,020 gift certificate at Yosemite Falls Cafe

Hugo Ojeda, Fresno, CA - Private wine tasting dinner party, courtesy of Milla Vineyards

William Meyers, Fresno, CA – 30 day freedom pass and Teflon application, courtesy of a year at Great American Car Wash

-- Information provided by St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

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