On Tuesday morning, the first of 30 winners was named in the Gun-A-Day Raffle. It is one of the most anticipated -- and most competitive raffles -- of the year with only 3,000 tickets sold at $25 each.

The winners are:

  • Sept. 30: Pete Stein, ticket No. 5503
  • Sept. 29: Megan Agnew, ticket No. 3378.
  • Sept. 28: Randy Townsend , ticket No. 5427
  • Sept. 27: Brett Myers, ticket No. 3093
  • Sept. 26: Lynn Galavotti , ticket No. 5876
  • Sept 25: Wayne Fischer, ticket No. 4687
  • Sept 24: Jon Molin, ticket No. 3358
  • Sept. 23: Fred Wilson, ticket No. 3021
  • Sept 22: Scott Duprey, ticket No. 4199
  • Sept 21: Paul Stibbard, ticket No. 3112
  • Sept 20:  Mark Horn, ticket No. 5649
  • Sept. 19: Doug Oxford, ticket No. 3236
  • Sept. 18: Zane Strenger, ticket No. 5388
  • Sept 17: Cassie Eldridge, ticket No. 5276
  • Sept 16: Holly Muller, ticket No. 4057
  • Sept 15: John Gates, ticket No. 3922
  • Sept 14: Austin Wegner, ticket No. 3521
  • Sept 13: Ryan Zimmerman, ticket No. 4655
  • Sept 12: Dave Evans, ticket No. 5700
  • Sept. 11: Mark Paddock, ticket No. 4465
  • Sept. 10: Doug O’Donnell, ticket No. 4430
  • Sept. 9: Cory Andvik, ticket No. 4106
  • Sept. 8Katherine Usher, ticket No. 5727
  • Sept. 7: Kylie Izzi, ticket No. 4083
  • Sept. 6: Herman Rauscher, ticket No. 5269
  • Sept. 5: Terry Gaustad, ticket No. 5182
  • Sept. 4: Marc Erickson, ticket No. 4297
  • Sept. 3: Ron Meeker, ticket No. 3990
  • Sept. 2: Diana Taylor, ticket No. 4782
  • Sept. 1: Michael Bricco, ticket No. 3641

We will update the list of winners each day.

One ticket allows you 30 chances to win as each ticket is good for each daily drawing.

One ticket will be drawn each day during the month of September during the KCTR Morning Show. Winners will be announced here, on the Cat Country Facebook page on the Cat Country Twitter page.

All proceeds will benefit the Rich Du Val Benevolent Fund, a non-profit organization named in honor of Rich Duval, a Billings firefighter who died in a car wreck years ago. It was initially set up as a scholarship with seed money from his widow, but has grown into the benevolent fund over the past few years, said Tom Selleck, a Billings firefighter.

Since 2008, The Rich Du Val Benevolent Fun has given more than $200,000 to those in need in the Billings community. It has offered financial help to:

  • victims displaced by fires
  • those in need of medical care
  • the Billings Food Bank
  • the Women's Family Shelter
  • Toys for Tots
  • supply winter coats for children
  • provide Christmas gifts to the pediatric wings at St. Vincent Healthcare and Billings Clinic
  • held community sports programs

Guns for raffle include: Benelli, Browning, DPMS, Henry, Howa, Marlin, Mossberg, Remington, Ruger, Savage, Shiloh Sharps, Tikka and Winchester.

Raffle sponsors are Scheels All Sports, Billings Fire Fighters IAFF Local 521, KCTR 102.9, City Brew Coffee and KTVQ.