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Pascagoula native wins St. Jude Dream Home

BILOXI, MS (WLOX) -

Sunday afternoon, Ellen Cole of Pascagoula won this year's St. Jude Dream Home in the Village of Tradition.

The home is valued at $350,000, has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. The house is about 2,500 square feet and has Smart House integrated technologies.

WLOX News is at the home waiting for Cole to come see the home they have won. We will have that story later today on WLOX News and WLOX.com.

Of course, the big winners today are the children of St. Jude. Your donations in buying dream home tickets are helping those children battle cancer.

Other secondary prize winners are listed below.  Please contact St. Jude at 901-373-5051 about collecting your prize.

-Sylvia Scarborough of Gulfport won the open house prize, a $5,000 shopping spree courtesy of -Ashley Furniture Home Store.

-Daniel Breland of Moss Point won the early bird prize, $2,500 in free groceries.

-Dr. Mark and Debbie Belknap of Biloxi won the men's Tag Heuer Wristwatch courtesy of Pav and Broome, valued at $2,500.

-James and Mary Schnur of  Bay St. Louis won the Dinner for 10 at Vibe, courtesy of Hard Rock Casino.

-Roy Crane of Escatawpa won the Talo® SmartTouch® kitchen faucet and accessories package, courtesy of Brizo®.

-Wayne Champagne of Biloxi won the three night stay for two, including spa & restaurant gift cards, courtesy of IP Casino Resort Spa. 

-William McCallum of Ocean Springs won the $1,000 gift certificate for in-store merchandise at Sports Shack.

-Deloise Hardy of Ocean Springs won two tickets to a Saints game and an overnight stay in New Orleans, courtesy of First Bank & Trust.

-Gregg Lichtenstein of Pearlington won the $1,000 gift card to Hillyer House.   

-Amanda Freche of Vancleave won the $1,000 gift card courtesy of Beau Rivage.

-Christine Howard of Gulfport won the $1,000 gift card to Home Depot courtesy of Allen Beverages.

-Rafael Nixon of Gulfport won the six hour boat tour for six courtesy of Skipper Charters.

-Rita Paoletti of Ocean Springs won Gumbo for a Year, courtesy of Mary Mahoney's Restaurant.

-Louis Obannon of Gulfport won the $1,000 gift card courtesy of Beau Rivage.

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