Car club supports organizations

Apple Valley Cruisers car club presented $2,800 to community organizations in Summerland

Members of the Apple Valley Cruisers car club presented a total of $2,800 to community organizations in Summerland.

From left are Jacques Lefebvre of Apple Valley Cruisers, Chris Beaton of Apple Valley Cruisers, Ingrid Wuensche of the Summerland Food Bank and Resource Centre, Richard Otke of St. John’s Lutheran Church, Dianne Hildebrand of the Summerland Community Arts Council, Val Wright of the Giant’s Head Elementary School Breakfast Club, Alyson Lindsay of the Summerland Asset Development Initiative, Jack Barkwill of the Summerland Legion, Tommy McCartan of the Summerland Middle School Breakfast Club, Bob Dalflyen of the Apple Valley Cruisers and Ken Bramham of the Apple Valley Cruisers.

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