United Way to thank supporters in South Okanagan

The United Way is recognizing local businesses and individuals that supported the 2010 campaign at its Spirit Awards on Jan. 20.

  • Jan. 16, 2011 12:00 p.m.

The United Way is recognizing local businesses and individuals that supported the 2010 campaign at its Spirit Awards on Jan. 20.

The campaign total will be unveiled at the ceremony held at the Penticton Ramada as well as awards to organizations that made an outstanding effort.

The United Way will recognize fundraising events such as the Marketplace IGA pumpkin sale, Vintage & Vogue fashion show, Bank bake sale. In-Kind support from local businesses who donated products and services through workplace campaigns, events, printing and office space include Berry & Smith Trucking, Cannery Trade Centre, Greyback Construction, Maximum Exposure Photography, Morpheus Graphic and Printing, Penticton Ramada, South Okanagan Events Centre and TD Canada Trust. Volunteers and media will also be recognized.

Pre-registration is required to attend the event and tickets are $10 payable in advance. To RSVP call Tracy St. Claire at 250-492-2842 or email tracy@unitedwaycso.com.

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