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The Okanagan Historical Society has just published its 78th annual report.
Graham Cooper, a Summerland firefighter, serves breakfast at Santorini’s Restaurant on Saturday morning.
Kelly Dunn putts during a golf game at the Summerland Golf and Country Club.
Summerland United Church has welcomed a new minister.
Members of the Survivorship dragon boat team donated $3,000 to the South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation.
The Summerland Health-Care Auxiliary gave a $100,000 cheque to the South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation.
Summerlanders exhibited their work and produce in the Summerland Fall Fair.
The Penticton Naval Veterans’ Association provided a donation to the 902 Summerland Air Cadets’ Squadron.
Students set up a table near the Royal Bank branch to collect money for assistance to Nepal, following a devastating earthquake.
The story of Summerland’s role in the sweet cherry industry will be told at a free presentation later this month.
The Order of British Columbia offers British Columbians an opportunity to recognize outstanding individuals.
An upcoming fundraiser will raise money to support Christian Medical College Hospitals in India.
The Summerland Children’s Choir held an impromptu performance at True Grain Bread on Thursday afternoon.
The Penticton and District Stamp Club unveiled a new stamp on Sunday.
Brinay Burdick, 11, aims at a target during the Tropical Paradise Swim on Saturday evening.
Hannah Ruttan, nine years old, tells Santa what is on her wish list.
The Seniors Drop-In Centre elected a new board of directors at their Annual General Meeting on March 6.
The Pick Up Poop Party held at Peach Orchard beach this past weekend was a huge success.
Despite the name, the death café coming to South Okanagan is not supposed to be a gloomy gathering