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…The annual fundraiser for the Kelowna Community Food Bank and Salvation Army was held last week at Orchard Park Mall, has participating teams created their own artistic entries using canned goods, all of which were donated to the two community agencies.  (Top photo) Charlie Lamb (left), president of SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise), presents Amanda Blachard, Kelowna Rotaract, with an honourable mention  award as awards mc  Vern Nielsen, looks on;  (middle photo) Vonnie Lavers, executive director of the Kelowna Community Food Bank, presents Dorothea Walker  Elementary School with the “Best use of Labels” award. The students also took home the “People’s Choice” award by recording more than 6,000 votes in favour of their entry;  (lower photo) Lavers presents “Best Use of Labels” award to Kyle Teschke, with the UBCO Engineeering student team.  -
…The annual fundraiser for the Kelowna Community Food Bank and Salvation Army was held last week at Orchard Park Mall, has participating teams created their own artistic entries using canned goods, all of which were donated to the two community agencies. (Top photo) Charlie Lamb (left), president of SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise), presents Amanda Blachard, Kelowna Rotaract, with an honourable mention award as awards mc Vern Nielsen, looks on; (middle photo) Vonnie Lavers, executive director of the Kelowna Community Food Bank, presents Dorothea Walker Elementary School with the “Best use of Labels” award. The students also took home the “People’s Choice” award by recording more than 6,000 votes in favour of their entry; (lower photo) Lavers presents “Best Use of Labels” award to Kyle Teschke, with the UBCO Engineeering student team.
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