Supporters of the new lakeside recreational pathway in Summerland gathered at the south access on Oct. 25 to unveil a new sign depicting the Summerland Hike and Bike Master Plan. The double-sided sign features maps provided by the RDOS and the Summerland Chamber of Commerce. From left are Coun. Erin Trainer

Supporters of the new lakeside recreational pathway in Summerland gathered at the south access on Oct. 25 to unveil a new sign depicting the Summerland Hike and Bike Master Plan. The double-sided sign features maps provided by the RDOS and the Summerland Chamber of Commerce. From left are Coun. Erin Trainer

Lakeside pathway

Supporters of the new lakeside recreational pathway in Summerland gathered at the south access on Oct. 25 to unveil a new sign.

Supporters of the new lakeside recreational pathway in Summerland gathered at the south access on Oct. 25 to unveil a new sign depicting the Summerland Hike and Bike Master Plan. The double-sided sign features maps provided by the RDOS and the Summerland Chamber of Commerce. From left are Coun. Erin Trainer, Mayor Peter Waterman, Trail of the Okanagans Committee Chair Henry Sielmann and committee members Mary Trainer, Don Gemmell and Paul Barber. Young cyclist Hannah Johnston (Peter Waterman’s granddaughter) joined in at the event.