Summerland Review

Fundraiser to benefit youth organization

Once again the Summerland Asset Development Initiative is partnering with Zias Stonehouse Restaurant to host a fundraising dinner.

Zias has donated their restaurant, staff and food for this special evening on Tuesday, March 6 to help SADI meet its fundraising goals.

“I have children and I see what SADI does for the community,” said Shannon Ferlizza, co-owner of Zias.

Having a safe place for youth in a small town is an important thing.”

The evening with feature a three-course dinner, live music by local Summerland talent, plus a live and silent auction. Rick Cogbill will host the event.

SADI has received support from many Summerland and Penticton businesses, donating prizes for the auction, time and money.

Funds raised from this evening will go to support the activities of the Unity Youth Club, a safe place where youth can hang out in a supportive and safe environment.

The youth club currently accommodates 400 drop-in visits and provides two weekly activities after drop in hours.

Tickets are available at Willowbrook Lane, Royal LePage, and at SADI Unity Youth Club.

Donations to SADI are also accepted and tax receipts are issued for donations of $20 or more, or sign up for the SADI Sustainer program at

For more information call Laceydawn Loeppky at 250-494-9722 or visit our website at


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