EASTERTIME: ADRA Chinchilla volunteers John Ruediger and Yvonne Anderson with police officer Vince Bradley at their Easter raffle draw.
EASTERTIME: ADRA Chinchilla volunteers John Ruediger and Yvonne Anderson with police officer Vince Bradley at their Easter raffle draw. Brooke Duncan

Easter raffle winner yet to claim first prize

ADRA Op Shop has raffled off some fabulous Easter goodies but the winner has yet to step forward.

The group held a Christmas raffle last year and its success prompted volunteers to hold another.

ADRA volunteer Paul Anderson said the raffle ran for six weeks in the lead-up to the holiday, with tickets gifted to customers if they spent a certain amount of money in the store.

"We've got a draw here with three prizes - first, second, and third - and hopefully it goes to someone who needs it,” he said.

"(It's) all the good stuff for Easter, chocolates, biscuits, all sorts of things over there.”

More than 250 tickets ended up in the draw, which was held last Wednesday with Chinchilla police officer Vince Bradley doing the honours.

"We've helped them on a couple of occasions now where people have been in hard luck times, we've been able to help them, and it just maintains a good relationship,” Mr Anderson said.

Yet while second and third prize winners have claimed their goodies, first prize is still waiting to be collected.

So, who won the Easter treats? Ticket Orange D81.

So check your ticket and, if it's yours, head over to the ADRA Op Shop to claim your prize.