Toy Run a success

The Okanagan Motorcycle Riders Association, along with the Lions Club of Penticton and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, would like to thank the generous sponsors who helped make the 2011 24th annual South Okanagan Toy Run such a success.

The Okanagan Motorcycle Riders Association, along with the Lions Club of Penticton and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, would like to thank the generous sponsors who helped make the 2011 24th annual South Okanagan Toy Run such a success. Further donations are always welcome at the Society of St. Vincent de Paul located at St. Ann’s Hall, 1296 Main St. Penticton

Many thanks to: Affordable Quality Music, AM 1450, Anthony’s Pub, Avalanche Performance, Bar One Urban Lounge, Best Damn Sports Bar, Bike Barn, CHBC News, City of Penticton, Clancy’s Pub, Copper Mug, Curves, Denny’s Restaurant, Doc’s Golf Centre, EZ Rock, Fraternal Order of Eagles 4281, Giant FM, Good Omens Coffeehouse, Government Street Liquor Store and Wine Shoppe, Kettle Valley Station, Lordco Parts, M&M Meat Shops, Mutts & Motorcycles, Napa Auto Parts, OK Falls IGA, OK Falls Pub (Lisa and girls), Oliver A&W, Oliver Chronicle, Parker Motors, Pasta Factory, Peacock’s Perch, Penticton Herald, Penticton Honda Centre, Penticton Visitor Centre, Penticton Yamaha, Sandman Hotel, Sentes Chevrolet, Sherwood Trophies, Skaha Ford, Skaha Meadows Golf Course, Starbucks Coffee, Summerland Review, Summerland Secondary School, SunFM, Tim Hortons, UPS, Valley Vacuums, Wal-Mart, Penticton Western News, Wheel 2 Wheel Motorcycle Care and Zia’s Stonehouse Restaurant.

We appreciate your generosity in helping the children of the South Okanagan who otherwise may not have a gift at Christmas.

A special thanks to all the participants who showed and rode. You helped to make this event the success it was.

Ray Colmer

OMRA Penticton

 

 

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