Rotary Club of Penticton-Okanagan’s Mike Watkins (right) with club members Lloyd Higgs (centre) and Dennis Jacobsen at the weigh station during the organization’s annual book, LP, CD and DVD sale that’s on daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Penticton Curling Club which runs up to and including April 1. Money raised goes to fund club projects locally throughout the year. Mark Brett/Western News

Rotary book sale continues

Rotary Club of Penticton-Okanagan is hosting their annual book, LP, CD and DVD sale

Rotary Club of Penticton-Okanagan is hosting their annual book, LP, CD and DVD sale that’s on daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Penticton Curling Club which runs up to and including April 1.

The book sale goes to fund local projects such as musical instruments for high school students, Student of the Month and Unsung Citizen awards, Okanagan College bursaries to international projects such as the youth exchange program and adoption of villages in Bangladesh.

Saturday, April 1 is the “big bag” promotion. Fill a large shopping bag with anything from coffee table books to CD’s for only $40.

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