Vintage Car Club raises funds for hospital

Carey Bornn (centre), executive director of the South Okanagan Medical Foundation, recieves a cheque from Terry Swan (left) and Morley McDonald (right), president and governor of the Vintage Car Club. (Submitted photo)

The Vintage Car Club of Canada, South Okanagan, recently donated $5,000 raised from their annual swap meet, in Oliver to the South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation’s fundraising campaign for the Penticton Regional Hospital. The donation is aimed to enable the hospital to purchase a new cardiac chair and pediatric hearing testing instrument.

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