Hats off to fun Oak Bay News editor Laura Lavin and advertising consultant Dianne McKerrell

Tea Party 2014 congratulates its winners

Host of prizes doled out during annual fun event in Oak Bay

 

GRAND PRIZES:

Oak Bay Beach Hotel

“Putting on the Ritz with Rolls Royce Chauffer Service” this includes: 1 bedroom Panoramic Ocean View Suite, 2 tickets for a 2014/2015 Dinner Theatre Show, Breakfast for 2, pick up and drop off in Rolls Royce (downtown Victoria or any Victoria transportation depot), 24 hour access to Hot Seaside Mineral Pools, Steam Sauna and Fitness Studio, amenity on arrival ($825 + tax). WINNER: Cajsa Chubey

Oak Bay Marine Group

2 nights for 2 at Painter’s Lodge in Campbell River (transportation not included), $100 restaurant credit, $200 spa credit and a Sunset Cruise for 2 ($786). WINNER: Hoey Family

Oak Bay Recreation Centre

Annual Pass ($380). The stub provides free entry for Oak Bay Recreation Centre drop in program to August 31, 2014. WINNER: Don Bhandar

 

 

OTHER PRIZES:

The Finer Details

1 Complete Auto Detailing (in and out) ($375). WINNER: Peter Schenk

Harbour Air Seaplanes

Return air fare for 1 from Victoria to Vancouver ($350). WINNER: Tasma

Hotel Grand Pacific

Overnight accommodation, Deluxe Guest Suite ($175). WINNER: Dave Hoodwess

Butchart Gardens

Admission to the Gardens for 2 and Overstuffed Gift Basket ($165). WINNER: Anne Delves

Edible Arrangements

Gift Basket and $100 Gift Certificate ($135). WINNER: G. McDormand

Fairmont Empress Hotel

Afternoon Tea for 2 in the Empress Room ($120). WINNER: J & S Townsend

Abkhazi Gardens

Tea for 2 (x 2) at the Tea House ($120). WINNER: Graham Lindsay

Whitespot, Fort Street

4 Gift Certificates, $25 each ($100). WINNER: Molly Raher Newman

Prospect Lake Golf Course

4 rounds of golf (9 holes) ($100). WINNER: Dory Lustado

The Belfry Theatre

Passes for 2 ($80). WINNER: Bard Gies

Craigdarroch Castle

4 entry passes ($55). WINNER: Moira Cooper

The Penny Farthing

Gift Certificate ($50). WINNER: Diana Scott

Padella Italian Bistro

Dinner Gift Certificate ($50). WINNER: Nina Duffus

Side Street Studio

Gift Certificate ($40). WINNER: Heather Davies

King & Thai Restaurant, Estevan Village

Gift Certificate ($30). WINNER: Betty Kerr

Oaks Restaurant & Grill

Gift Certificate ($25). WINNER: Mike Antolin

 

 

Parade awards:

Children’s Groups:

1st Prize:  Oak Bay Parent Owned Preschool

2nd Prize: Willows Elementary School

3rd Prize:  St. Christopher’s Montessori

Children’s Decorated Bikes, PreschoolKindergarten

1st Prize:  Gonzales Co-op Preschool

2nd Prize: Gonzales Co-op Preschool

3rd Prize:  Ross Bay Preschool & Margaret Jenkins School

Children’s Decorated Bikes, Elementary 1 – 3

1st Prize:  Glen Lyon Norfolk School

2nd Prize: Glen Lyon Norfolk School

3rd Prize:  Willows Elementary School

Children’s Decorated Bikes, Elementary 4+

1st Prize:  Willows Elementary School

2nd Prize: Willows Elementary School

High School Marching Bands:

1st Prize: Reynolds High School

2nd Prize: Oak Bay High School

3rd Prize:  Spectrum School

Group Entries:

1st Prize:  Victoria Humane Society

2nd Prize: Recreation Oak Bay

3rd Prize: Western Command Military Vehicles

Community Floats:

1st Prize:  Victoria Historical Fire Dept.

2nd Prize: Oak Bay Tea Party Society

3rd Prize: Victoria Dandelion Society

Commercial Entries:

1st Prize:  Reflections Hair Design

2nd Prize: Royal Victoria Yacht Club

3rd Prize: Oak Bay Marine Group

 

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