Car show donations

The Apple Valley Cruisers presented community organizations with donations following the Endless Summer Show and Shine.

The Apple Valley Cruisers presented community organizations with donations following the Endless Summer Show and Shine, held earlier this month.

In the back row from left are car club treasurer Bob Dalflyent, Heather Martin of Summerland Girl Guides, Valerie Wright of the Giant’s Head School Breakfast Program, Karan Bowyer of the Summerland Community Arts Council, Dale Hooper of the Summerland Fire Department and Cpl. Jacques Lefebvre of the Summerland RCMP detachment. In front are Ingrid Wuensche of the Summerland Food Bank, Tammy Carter of the Summerland Middle School Breakfast Program, Julie Sardinha of the Summerland Arts Council, John Dorn of the Harold Simpson Memorial Youth Centre, Alyson Lindsay of the Summerland Asset Development Initiative and Cpl. Amelia Hayden of the DARE program. Kneeling in front is Bob Kelly of the Apple Valley Cruisers. Missing are Doug Wall of St. John’s Lutheran Church and Tom Jacques of the Summerland Kiwanis Club.

A total of $2,958.50 was distributed to the various organizations.

 

 

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