West Virginia Governor: 3rd Round of Vaccination sweepstakes Winners

West Virginia Governor: 3rd Round of Vaccination sweepstakes Winners

CHARLESTON, WV (STL.News) Gov. Jim Justice has announced the winners of 49 prizes as part of the 3rd prize giveaway of the “Do it for Babydog: Save a life, Change your life” Vaccination Sweepstakes.

James Sanson of Fairmont and William Harris of Clendenin were named as the winners of two brand-new custom-outfitted trucks.

Devin Dawson of Alma and Paige Stanley of Parkersburg were named as the winners of two full four-year scholarships to any public institution in the state.

Additional prizes announced today include five lifetime hunting licenses, five lifetime fishing licenses, five custom hunting rifles, five custom hunting shotguns, and 25 weekend getaways to West Virginia State Parks.
(This list will be updated throughout the day as more winners are announced.)

Custom-Outfitted Truck Winner

  • William Harris, Clendenin
  • James Sanson, Fairmont

College Scholarship Winners

  • Devin Dawson, Alma
  • Paige Stanley, Parkersburg

Lifetime Hunting License Winners

  • Joshua Butler, Charleston
  • Tiffani Hendershot, Parkersburg
  • Tina Holloway, Upper Tract
  • Amanda Loftis, Danville
  • Samuel Powell, Morgantown

Lifetime Fishing License Winners

  • Chelsea Bonnett, Nitro
  • Charles Dohring, Huntington
  • Michelle Holland, Morgantown
  • Christopher Smith, Bunker Hill
  • Sherry Sprinkel, Valley Bend

Custom Hunting Rifle Winners

  • Tiffany Granger, Princeton
  • Jon Oberly, Morgantown
  • Carolyn Parrish, Charleston
  • Andrea Preston, Union
  • Sheila Rodgers, Moundsville

Custom Hunting Shotgun Winners

  • Roger Cunningham, Elkview
  • Wima Keffer, Coal City
  • Tonya Myers, Morgantown
  • Michael Perdue, Oak Hill
  • Lisa Wright, Princeton

State Park Weekend Getaway Winners

  • Derek Alvis, Princeton
  • William Ray Arbogast, Wellsburg
  • Judith Bright, Sutton
  • Lois Cadle, Cross Lanes
  • Jeremy Clem, Barboursville
  • Leah Coburn, Princeton
  • Holly Conrad, Barboursville
  • Kelly Dayfield, St. Albans
  • Roy Durst, Mount Alto
  • Nancy Giacomo, Boomer
  • Earnest Gwinn, Meadow Bridge
  • Kimberly Holder, Alum Creek
  • Chris Jones, Pennboro
  • Orlyn Kelley, South Charleston
  • Terry J. Kidd, Fraziers Bottom
  • Charles Lockard, Ridgeley
  • Angalete McBrayer, Racine
  • Amy McIntire, Lewisburg
  • Robert Rinehart, Dixie
  • Jacob Smith, Arthurdale
  • Janet Smith, Vienna
  • Ethan Stack, Crab Orchard
  • Cheryl Wayts, Tallmansville
  • Cheryl Weaver, Grafton
  • Han Wu, St. Albans
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