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September 24th 2008
Solar Cities painting prize drawn

Hinchy with his prize and Ergons Ian Cruickshank The draw to win an original landscape painting, donated by Magnetic Island artist Vonnie Van Bemmel, for the opening of the Solar Cities Smart Lifesyle Centre in Horseshoe Bay on Saturday September 13, was made and announced yesterday.

Mr Kevin 'Hinchy' Hinch from Horseshoe Bay was the lucky winner and was very happy to receive the painting of Lorne Hill Gorge from Ergon Energy's Solar Cities Townsville Manager Mr Ian Cruickshank.

Hinchy told Magnetic Times, "I'd like to congratulate Solar Cites on their successful launch. I think it's great that Magnetic Island was chosen for the project. In particular I would like to thank Vonnie for her generosity."

"I'm very pleased with the turn-out from the opening and welcome anyone who wants to visit the centre and find out how they can join the project, save money, stop wasting power and still enjoy their lifestyle," said Ian Cruickshank adding, "Little things make a big difference."

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fluffyduck
September 24th 2008
Congratulations, Hinchy. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy.


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