Shopper takes grand prize at Cloverdale Ladies Night Out

Getting all her holiday shopping done will be a snap for the grand prize winner from Cloverdale BIA sponsored shopping event.

Getting her holiday shopping done will be a snap for Susan Ballinger, second from left, the grand prize winner of nearly $1,400 in gift certificates in a draw for shoppers who turned out to Ladies’ Night Out on Dec. 3, an evening of fun and shopping in Cloverdale. The event was sponsored by the Cloverdale BIA and attracted hundreds of shoppers to 176 Street. Ballinger is pictured with Cloverdale BIA reps Paul Orazietti (executive director, left), treasurer Dean Moore and shopping ambassador Ann-Marie Arnold-Smith.

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