Elf on the Shelf Winner Announced

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Caden Harris, the son of Dan and Amanda Harris of Clearfield, was drawn as the winner of the Greater Clearfield Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Elf on the Shelf program.

Throughout the holiday season, elves could be found in various downtown Clearfield businesses.  People could register to win the grand-prize gift basket that had a value of $600.

The chamber staff would like to thank all 24 participating businesses for making the promotion possible as well as all the contest entrants.

Participating businesses were  the Greater Clearfield Chamber of Commerce, Buck’s Pizza, CBT Bank, a Division of Riverview, Clearfield Pharmacy & Gift Shoppe, Historica Plus, Santinoceto Italian Market, Best Jewelers, Curwensville Florist, Curwensville True Value, 120 Pub & Grub, Pastime Collectibles, Zalno Jewelers, CNB Bank, First Commonwealth Bank, Grice Gun Shop, Starr Hill Vineyard & Winery, Pizza Hut, State Farm Lindsey Wisor Agency, Bob’s Army & Navy, Goodman’s Foodliner, Lisa’s Sew Crafty, Jim’s Sports Center, Scotto’s Pizza and the Joseph & Elizabeth Shaw Public Library.

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