Penticton Elks Lodge donates $5,500 to charity

The donation was made to the Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children

Submitted ROYAL PURPLE — Penticton Lodge President Jeannine Johnson, presenting to Deborah Sallelnback cheques for $5,500.00 for the Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children.

Penticton Elks Lodge #51 was honored by a visit from the National Leader of the Elks of Canada, Deborah Sallelnback.

During the visit, the Penticton Lodge presented Sallelnback with cheques for $5,500 for the Elks and Royal Purple Fund for Children.

The Penticton Elks Lodge also donates $20,000 annually to local charities.

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