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Helleson wins Holiday Hometown Dollars

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Paul Helleson was the lucky winner of a $300 shopping spree in Park Rapids.
Kathy Dennis/Enterprise
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Paul Helleson was the lucky winner of a $300 shopping spree in Park Rapids. His name was drawn on Friday, Dec. 16. He won a gift card that’s valid at participating Park Rapids retailers.

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