Viva Las Vegas — An early Christmas gift for Penticton Western News readers Wayne Holland (middle) and Gloria Hoeght (left) who were presented with a trip for two to Las Vegas from publisher Shannon Simpson (right) after their winning ballot dropped off at Penticton Laser and Skin Clinic was chosen.

Las Vegas bound

Two Penticton Western News readers received an early Christmas present in the form of a couple of tickets to Las Vegas.

  • Dec. 28, 2015 11:00 a.m.

Group publisher Shannon Simpson presented a pair of tickets to two lucky Penticton Western News readers after their winning ballot dropped off at Penticton Laser and Skin Clinic was chosen.

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