KIWANIS DONATIONS The Kiwanis Club of Summerland recently made donations to local organizations.In front from left are Kiwanis vice-president Tom Jacques, Joy Koopmans of the Girl Guides, Alyson Lindsay of the Summerland Asset Development Initiative and Jean Munro of RECOPE. In back from left are Kaeden Seiter of the 902 Nighthawk Air Cadets, Mandy Smith of the 902 Nighthawk Air Cadets, Kyla Gaudiuso of the Girl Guides, Val Wright of the Giant’s Head School Breakfast Program, Leah Schulting of the Canadian Mental Health Association, John Bubb of the Summerland Food Bank, Terry McCartan of the Summerland Middle School Breakfast Program and Caitlan Davidson of SADI. (Photo submitted)

Summerland Kiwanis Club provides support to local organizations

Cheques presented to organizations from Summerland and region

The Kiwanis Club of Summerland recently made donations to a number of local organizations that they support.

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Among the organizations receiving support were the Summerland Girl Guides, the RECOPE program, the Summerland Asset Development Initiative, the 902 Nighthawk Air Cades, the Giant’s Head School Breakfast Program, the Summerland Middle School Breakfast Program, the Canadian Mental Health Association and the Summerland Food Bank.

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