Light up the Peach, support the PRH

Purchase an ornament to decorate the peach before Dec. 17 to help benefit PRH

The Penticton Peach is to going to be looking festive this holiday season thanks to its Light Up the Peach fundraiser.

Running until Dec. 17, residents can purchase and autograph a Christmas ornament for $25 to be hung on the Peach, located at 185 LakeShore Dr. All proceeds raised will go towards the Penticton Regional Hospital (PRH).

Donations and ornament signing will take place at the SOS Medical Foundation located within PRH and at Total Restoration during regular business hours. Donations can also be made online at

According to the Facebook event, on Dec. 17 at 6:30 p.m. residents can help countdown to light up the Peach, sing some Christmas Carols, enjoy some hot chocolate and dance with their families.

Residents are encouraged to post their selfies when making a donation with the hashtag #LightUpThePeach.

For more information, visit The Peach’s Facebook page or the event’s Facebook page.

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