The Autumnfest Prize-A-Day Calendar drawings will take place every weekday in November on

WOON Radio (1240 & 99.3 FM) at 8:30 AM. 

On Mondays, drawings will take place for the previous Saturday and Sunday and that Monday.

Prize for Thursday November 1, 2018:  $25 Gift Certificate to Li’l General Stores & $25.00 from River Falls Restaurant.

Winner: Michael Carey  

Prize for Friday November 2, 2018:  Executive Car Wash Booklet ($108 Value)

Winner: Auray Doiron

Prize for Saturday November 3, 2018:  $25 Gift Certificate to Li’l General Stores & 1 month membership to The Gym, LLC ($45 Value)  Winner:  Alfred Bowers  .

Prize for Sunday November 4, 2018:  $100 Cash donated by Rep. Michael Morin                                                                                      Winner:  Susan Corticelli

Prize for Monday November 5, 2018:  $25 Gift Certificate  to George’ Breakfast & lunch and $25 Gift Certificate to Ciro’s Tavern on Cherry    Winner:  Bill Murray

Prize for Tuesday November 6, 2018:   $25 Gift Certificate to Grumpy’s Restaurant in Bellingham & 1 month membership to The Gym, LLC ($45 Value)                                                                                                                                                                                             Winner:  Marc Forcier.

Prize for Wednesday November 7, 2018:  $25 Gift Certificate to Li’l General Stores & a $25 Gift Certificate to The Broaster House Restaurant.                                                                                                                                                                                              Winner: Terry Oates

Prize for Thursday November 8, 2018:  $25 Gift Certificate to New England Steak & Seafood in Woonsocket & 4 Tickets to A Christmas Carol at The Stadium Theatre.                                                                                                                                                               Winner: Brian Foye

Prize for Friday November 9, 2018:  $25 Gift Certificate to Kay’s Restaurant in Woonsocket $25 Gift Certificate to The Lodge Pub & Eatery in Lincoln.                                                                                                                                                                                          Winner:  Michele Bocchini

Prize for Saturday November 10, 2018: $25 G.C. to Lil' General Stores and a $25 G.C. to Chan's Fine Oriental Dining.                            Winner: Linda Begnoche

Prize for Sunday November 11, 2018: $100 in CASH donated by Christopher J. Bouley, Financial Advisor, UBS.                        Winner: Virginia Brandao

Prize for Monday November 12, 2018: $25 G.C. to Lil' General Stores and a $25 G.C. to Ciro's Tavern.                                       Winner: Patrick Karski

Prize for Tuesday November 13, 2018: $25 Gift Certificate to Kay’s Restaurant in Woonsocket and a $25 Gift Certificate to The Lodge Pub & Eatery in Lincoln.                                                                                                                                                                                    Winner: Edna S. Lacroix

Prize for Wednesday November 14, 2018:  1 month membership to The Gym, LLC ($45 value) & $25 GC to Savini’s Pomodoro Italian Kitchen & Bar.                                                                                                                                                                                                  Winner Chris Harnois

Prize for Thursday November 15, 2018:  $25 GC to Aero Trampoline Park & $25 GC to Beauchemin Lumber.                                Winner:  Dan Pollocel

Prize for Friday  November 16, 2018:  $25 Gift Certificate to Ye Old English Fish & Chips plus $40 Gift Certificate to Pepin Lumber                 Winner: Dennis Lauzon

Prize for Saturday November 17, 2018:  $108 Gift Certificate to Executive Auto Wash Car Washes.                                              Winner:  Stacey Theroux

Prize for Sunday November 18, 2018:  $100 Cash donated by The Schneck Family                                                                          Winner:  Russell Couepel

Prize for Monday November 19, 2018:  $25 Gift Certificate  to Universal Cutts and $25 Gift Certificate to Savini’s Pomodoro Italian Kitchen & Bar.                                                                                                                                                                                                      Winner:  Jeff Brook

Prize for Tuesday November 20, 2018:  $30 Gift Certificate to Bileau’s Flowers & $25 GC to Don’s Barber Shop.                      Winner:  Helene Mandeville

Prize for Wednesday November 21, 2018: American Heart Association CPR/AED Class for 2 ($150 Value) donated by Richard Savaria. Winner:  Don & Dolly Gaulin

Prize for Thursday November 22, 2018: 1 month Membership to The Gym, LLC ($45 Value) & $25 GC to River Falls Restaurant Winner:  Russell Blais

Prize for Friday November 23, 2018: $25 GC to Li’l General Stores & 4 tickets to “A Christmas Carol” at The Stadium Theatre Winner:  Loretta Costa

Prize for Saturday November 24, 2018: Woonsocket Throw donated by the Woonsocket Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt and the City of Woonsocket & $25 GC from Li’l General                                                                                                                                                                    Winner:  Jean Jalette

Prize for Sunday November 25, 2018:  $100 donated by Lorraine Cloutier                                                                                       Winner:  Jeanne Bis

Prize for Monday November 26, 2018: $25 GC from Li’l General Stores  & $25 GC from Chan’s Fine Oriental Dining            Winner:  Monique Richard

Prize for Tuesday November 27, 2018: $25 GC to Broaster House & $50 GC to RJ’s Hill Liquors           Winner:  Donna Malloy

Prize for Wednesday November 28, 2018: 4 tickets to Edaville Family Theme Park ($148 Value donated by WOON Radio) & $25 GC to Elm Street Pizza            Winner: Auray Doiron

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