Members of the K40 Club of Summerland complete a painting project at the Harold Simpson Memorial Youth Centre. Both youth and adult groups use the building

K40 Club paints youth centre

Members of the K40 Club of Summerland completed a painting project at the Harold Simpson Memorial Youth Centre.

  • Oct. 10, 2012 1:00 p.m.

Members of the K40 Club of Summerland completed a painting project at the Harold Simpson Memorial Youth Centre.  John Dorn, president of the youth centre, said the K40 Club was asked to take on the work because the current members of the service club were the Kinsmen of the early 1990s who, along with the Summerland Lions Club, funded the youth centre. The K40 Club’s work included painting the stairway, the upstairs hall and the games room.

“Beside the labour of the K40 Club, we are grateful to Summerland Home Hardware, Summerland Builders Mart, the Health Care Auxilliary Thrift Store and Summerland Tim Hortons for their donations of supplies,” Dorn said. “I would personally like to thank Cliff White and Dave Reid, who are Youth Centre volunteers for their work in preparing for the project.”

 

 

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