Members of the Apple Valley Cruisers donated $4

Car show organizers donate funds

Members of the Apple Valley Cruisers donated $4,500 to community groups and organizations.

Members of the Apple Valley Cruisers donated $4,500 to community groups and organizations.

The money was raised through the annual Endless Summer Show ’n’ Shine,  which was held earlier this month.

In the back row from left are Cpl. Marty Kooiman of the RCMP Drugs and Organized Crime Awareness Service, Bob Kelly of the Apple Valley Cruisers and Ken Bramham of the Apple Valley Cruisers. In the second row from left are Val Wright of the Giant’s Head School Breakfast Club, Vivian Beattie of Recope, Alyson Lindsay of the Summerland Asset Development Initiative, John Dorn of the Summerland Youth Centre Association, Mike Brazeau of the Summerland Legion and Mike Pegoraro of the Summerland Legion. In the third row from left are Randy Brown of the Penticton and District Search and Rescue, Dale Jorgensen of the Penticton and District Search and Rescue and Jan Lefebre of the Apple Valley Cruisers. In front from left are Debbie Patterson of the Summerland Middle School Breakfast Club, Karan Bowyer of the Summerland Arts Council, Jacques Lefebvre of the Apple Valley Cruisers and Rob Robinson of the Summerland Fire Department’s Toys and Toonies for Tots and Teens.

 

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