The Summerland Kiwanis Club provided $3

Providing funds

The Summerland Kiwanis Club provided $3,500 to support a number of community organizations.

The Summerland Kiwanis Club provided $3,500 to support a number of community organizations.

The money came from a B.C. Lottery Corporation Gaming Funds Grant the Kiwanis Club received.

In the back row from left are Kiwanis president Tom Jacques, Chuck Venhuizen of the Summerland Dare program and community safety net, Val Wright of the Giant’s Head School Breakfast Program, John Bubb of the Summerland Food Bank and Resource Centre, Tara Hollas of the Summerland Food Bank and Resource Centre, Cpl. Matt Smith and Capt. Tyler Willis of the 902 Nitehawk Air Cadets Squadron, Marj Plitt and Marj Ericson of NeighbourLink and Tammy Carter of the Summerland Middle School Breakfast Program. In front from left are Carol Stathers of hearts@school, Mandy Smith of the 902 Nitehawk Air Cadets Squadron and Sue Terada, accompanied by her dog Button, of the B.C. And Alberta Guide and Autism Support Dogs.


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