Sharon Blaney

Camp support

Sharon Blaney, former bylaw officer for the District of Summerland, presents two cheques totalling $880 made out to Agur Lake Camp.

  • Jul. 23, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Sharon Blaney, former bylaw officer for the District of Summerland, presents two cheques totalling $880 made out to Agur Lake Camp to Mirjana Komljenovic, representing the camp. During a conference of License Inspectors and Bylaw Officers Association of B.C. at the Summerland Waterfront Resort in June, Gary Ellis, conference organizer, received donations totalling $630 for presentation to ALC. John Popple of the Municipal Law Enforcement Officers Association of Ontario Inc. pledged an additional $250. Ellis chose Agur Lake Camp as charity of choice because it is a good cause and it’s local. Agur Lake Camp, located in the mountains 20 kilometres west of Summerland is a totally accessible wilderness camp designed for families who have a member with special needs. The camp operates from June to September each summer.



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