Youth make pies for food bank

This December, the Summerland Asset Development Initiative Youth Club, together with the Legion and volunteers, helped make around 100 pies.

This December, the Summerland Asset Development Initiative Youth Club, together with the Legion and other volunteers from the community, helped make around 100 pies for the Christmas hampers for the Summerland Food Bank.

Thanks to all who came and gave a helping hand.

This coming month, SADI will hold a holiday party for members and their friends on Dec. 20 from 6 to 9 p.m. Bring an appetizer or a dessert please.

During the holiday break, SADI will be closed from Dec. 23 to 27 and on New Year’s Day, Jan. 1.

Sign up to join SADI youth for boxing week shopping at Orchard Park Mall in Kelowna on Dec. 30.

On Dec. 31 SADI youth will be going tobogganing. Please bring your own sled if you can.

On Jan. 2, SADI youth will go to Encore cinema in West Kelowna, choose from any movie being shown.

On Jan. 3, join SADI youth as they go up to Apex for the day. Day passes and rentals are on sale to go skiing and snowboarding or if you just want to stay in the village to try going tubing or ice skating.

Please friend SADI on Facebook to find out more what the youth club is up to this winter season.

 

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