OSNS Harley Davidson raffle kicks off

The annual Harley Davidson raffle works in partnership with the Okanagan Motorcycle Riders Association

The OSNS Child and Youth Development Centre kicked off one of their biggest and longest running fundraisers recently.

The annual Harley Davidson raffle works in partnership with the Okanagan Motorcycle Riders Association, who have members volunteering their time around Penticton between now and the draw date to sell all 4,000 tickets. The winning ticket will be pulled at the Peach City Beach Cruise on June 24.

Related: Video – Peach City Beach Cruise featured on My Classic Car

Manisha Willms, OSNS executive director, will also be the guest speaker at the upcoming Penticton-Okanagan Rotary Club breakfast meeting. She will discuss the Okanagan Similkameen Neurological Society’s functions and new projects.

Everyone is welcome to attend this meeting at the Sandman Hotel doors open 6:45 a.m., the meeting is 7 a.m. To enjoy the full breakfast it is $15. For coffee/pastry $6.50.

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