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Kelowna civic awards banquet tickets still available

Kelowna residents can still purchase tickets to join the 37th annual Civic and Community Awards celebration as the Kelowna recognizes the contributions and achievements of its volunteers, artists, athletes and outstanding businesses.

The 2011 award recipients will be announced April 19, as part of the gala ceremony to take place at the Kelowna Community Theatre.

“The awards ceremony is a celebration of the contributions individuals and groups have made in our community over the past year,” said Jim Gabriel, director of recreation and cultural services for the city.

“As we move through the evening, attendees will gain inspiration from the combined accomplishment of these amazing nominees.”

Tickets are now available at a cost of $25 each.

To purchase tickets, contact the city cultural services office at 250-469-8811. Tickets, if available, can also be purchased at the door.

For information on this year’s finalists, visit kelowna.ca.

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