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Penticton Symphony Supporters give for the love of music

Ingrid Schellenberg, chairman of the Penticton Symphony Supporters, presents Harriet Rogan, Okanagan Symphony Society Board, with $1,000 in support of concerts being presented in Penticton by the Okanagan Symphony and by the Youth Symphony of the Okanagan. - Submitted Photo
Ingrid Schellenberg, chairman of the Penticton Symphony Supporters, presents Harriet Rogan, Okanagan Symphony Society Board, with $1,000 in support of concerts being presented in Penticton by the Okanagan Symphony and by the Youth Symphony of the Okanagan.
— image credit: Submitted Photo

The Penticton Symphony Supporters presented $1,000 o the Okanagan Symphony Board on Nov.29.

The PSS is a complementary group that meets for lunch during the concert season on the last Thursday of the month and welcomes friends of the Okanagan Symphony.

Besides providing an opportunity to feature local musicians and orchestra members ,it provides a chance for symphony lovers to be together and is a ready group should the Orchestra need any helpers when in Penticton.

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