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05/02/04

St. Jude Dream Home Winners

The 2004 St. Jude Children's Dream Home Giveaway raised $602,695 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The hospital in Memphis Tennessee is one of the world's premier centers for study and treatment of childhood cancers. St. Jude Children's Hospital has helped save the lives of children around the world--including children from right here in South Mississippi.

Doug Dyers of Biloxi was the big prize winner today. He won the quarter of a million dollar dream home located in Gautier in the Lakewood West Sub Division.

Other prizes and winners were:

Man's diamond & gold ring from Pav & Broome Watchmakers & Jewelers- Sherry Myers of Ocean Springs.

Charter Fishing trip for 6 on the Skipper, courtesy Captain Tom Becker & T.D. Charter- Dee Harris of Moss Point.

Wrought Iron Queen size bed from the Bombay Company- Pamela Poore of Ocean Springs.

His and her bikes from Cyclist Choice and Fitness- Mary Idom of Wiggins.

$1000 shopping spree at Hancock Fabrics- Evla Switzer of Biloxi.

Golf package from Mississippi National Golf Club in Gautier- Ricky Rains of Moss Point.

Scuba package, courtesy of Club Caribbean of D'Iberville- Robin Graham of Gautier.

$1,000 prize package from Edgewater Mall- Rita Blain of Purvis.

$1,000 savings bond from Union Planters Bank- Glenn Ledger of Katy,Texas.

$1, 000 Fishing Package from Gorenflo's Tackle and Marina Store and Point Cadet Fuel and Ice- Marcia & Francis Marks of Waveland.

2 single memberships to World Gym for a year- Leroy Legnob Jr. of Waveland.

$5,000 in Furniture from Willis Furniture in Pascagoula (***this was the open house drawing... folks who attended the open house entered this drawing*** )- Vivian Lawler of Gautier.

Congratulations to this year's winners, and if you didn't win this year...remember, there's always next year.

WLOX would like to thank everyone who made contributions to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

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