The Fernie Ghostrider shoot to win was won in its 46th game last week

Brad Snell scored between the 6 inch slot from the back blue line

Brad and Boston Pizza will donate $500 to the Fernie Womens Shelter and an additional $500 to Fernie Search and Rescue.

The Fernie Ghostrider shoot to win was won in its 46th game last week when Brad Snell scored between the 6 inch slot from the back blue line (over 140 feet).  Boston Pizza, a proud community sponsor ran a promotion all year long during the shoot to win.  When a goal is scored on the contestants 1st shot Boston Pizza would donate $1000 to an agreed upon charity.  Brad and Boston Pizza will donate $500 to the Fernie Womens Shelter and an additional $500 to Fernie Search and Rescue.

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