Low price charged for festival ride

I want to express my thanks to the Summerland ATV Club who operated the kiddies train.

Dear Editor:

I attended Action Fest with my two granddaughters on Friday night and Saturday afternoon.

I want to express my thanks to the Summerland ATV Club who operated the kiddies train.

They charged only one ticket for a long ride around the park, with a few extra turns.

The kids absolutely loved it. They were all smiling and laughing and honking the horns and ringing the bells on their own little train car.    The attendants even let a group of Grade 7s fill up the train for a ride and that was a huge hit.

Many thanks to the warm and friendly people who were driving the train and taking tickets.

It was the only activity or food item that asked for only one ticket.    Thank you again, Summerland ATV Club. Your volunteer efforts were greatly appreciated!

Esther Osborne

Summerland

 

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