CCF winner delighted at timing of spot prize draw


AUCKLAND — North Shore woman Pam Pyatt had no trouble deciding
how she would like to use her Catholic Caring Foundation spot prize.
The Bishop of Auckland, Bishop Patrick Dunn, drew the winning
spot prize for the foundation “Bishop’s Bake”, in February.
The draw was made in the presence of an Auckland police officer.
Mrs Pyatt, a teacher at a Catholic school, won a trip for two to either Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne, plus accommodation,
transfers, spending money and concert tickets.
At a presentation on March 4, she said the prize notification was
close to her and her husband’s 30th wedding anniversary. “We’ll probably go to Sydney,” she said, “because we have a daughter there, and a grandson [six months].”
The “Bishop’s Bake” is the short name of a foundation project that
sells Christmas cakes as a fundraiser. Everyone who bought or donated a cake for the fundraiser went into the draw for the
spot prize.
The pre-Christmas fundraiser sold more than 1100 items, with
185 donated for needy families. The project was sponsored by Crombie Lockwood and Business World Travel.

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