Shown in the picture are principals of receiving schools, as well as members of the Extravaganza organizing committee (back row left to right) Dyane MacDonald of Penticton United, Lisa Edwards of Columbia School, Scott Edwards of Queen’s Park School, Darryl Tenisci of West Bench, Judy Jeffries is the director of Meals on Wheels, Norma Lippa is a church member, Lois Bzdel is a church member, In front is Sarah Tupholme a church member. Submitted photo

United breakfast program donation

Penticton United Church donates to the elementary school breakfast program

Penticton United Church donates a cheque for $2,000 to the breakfast programs at each of these four elementary schools: Parkway, Columbia, Queen’s Park and West Bench.

Shared earnings from their Choral Extravaganza, this money will go a long way in providing breakfast for the students of these schools.

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