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Motorcycle rally helps local causes

The Rotary Clubs of Kelowna, Capri and Lake Country have partnered to host this year’s third annual motorcycle rally on Saturday, Aug. 13, to support Rotoplast Canada—Save a Child’s Smile, and other local Rotary projects.

The ride starting at the Kelowna Curling club and will take motorcycle riders through the north Okanagan Valley to the  Burner Bar and Grill in Malakwa, over to Salmon River Road and back to Kelowna.

The motorcycle rally will provide a daylong journey that twists through sub-alpine hills, along vineyard and orchard vistas skirting the beautiful valley bottom lakes.

This Year’s Ride for Rotary will start with 9 a.m. with registration at the   Kelowna Curling Club (coffee will be available) located at Recreation Avenue in Kelowna.

At day’s end, riders and friends will finish back at the Kelowna Curling Club to relax to an informal dinner and an evening of fellowship hosted by the Rotarians.

A poker run with 50/50 prize will provide for additional activities in the day’s schedule. The registration fee to participate is $35 plus a donation per rider. For further registration information see www.RideforRotary.ca.

Registration fee include a rider kit, poker card and a BBQ dinner on Saturday evening.

Rotaplast Canada is a non-profit humanitarian organization that provides free reconstructive plastic surgery, dental treatments and speech therapy to children born with cleft lip and palate anomalies in developing countries.

 

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