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Lifestyle Lottery winners announced

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ANNI Markmann of Ste. Anne has won the grand prize show home, worth more than $1.2 million, in the HSC Lifestyles Lottery.

Draws for all 4,833 prizes were completed and winners were announced Thursday night.

Markmann may choose the custom-built Maric show home and $10,000 in cash or $1 million in cash.

The winner of the $906,000 Falcon Lake cottage, also custom-built by Maric, is Tammi Chard of Narol. Chard may choose the cottage and $10,000 cash or take $850,000 cash.

Winning the "car or cash" early-bird draw, worth $75,000, was Joan Kuivenhoven of Winnipeg.

Glen Constable of Winnipeg won the 50/50 prize of $350,000 cash.

A complete list of winners will be published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Dec. 13 and online.

The fundraiser raised more than $1 million, which will be used to support research to advance medical treatment for families throughout Manitoba.

Proceeds will be shared with community health-care partners in support of the diagnostic and medical equipment purchases essential for quality patient care.

Prize winners will be notified in writing by the professional service firm of Deloitte & Touche LLP.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition December 8, 2012 A12

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