Valley First, JCI push for positive change

JCI Okanagan and Valley First Credit Union to host a weekend of training.

JCI Okanagan and Valley First Credit Union will  host a weekend of training on April 2 and 3 designed to encourage individuals to make a positive difference in their community.

The Valley First: Inspiring Change weekend of training includes three important workshops that will enhance how we can all create an impact.

On April 2, 1 to 4 p.m., a course on corporate social responsibility will be offered, to help create awareness that individuals have a responsibility to their community and the environment.

Later that day, 7 to 9 p.m., Linda Edgecombe will energize the room with her thoughts on inspiring change and shifting perspectives.

April 3, 9 to 4 p.m.,   Sunday April 3 (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.) will feature effective speaking facilitated by World Effective Speaking Champion, professional keynote speaker and life coach Rhonda Victoor.

Signing up for any or all of these courses at (click on the Community tab) or email

Tickets must be purchased online by March 25. All workshops will be held at the Sandman Hotel in Kelowna.


Just Posted

Work continuing on new Kelowna visitor centre

Crews working through winter on downtown lakeshore site to have building ready for this summer

Pizza delivery car stolen during Kelowna delivery

While delivering a late night pizza, man has car stolen, then runs to recover it

Kelowna’s Serwa named to Olympic team

Kelsey Serwa is one of eight Canadian ski cross athletes headed to PyeongChang

Vernon Search & Rescue find lost snowmobiler

Male, 19, went missing in Hunter’s Range area near Enderby

Kelowna attraction set to re-open after 2017 floods

Scandia’s popular Jungle Golf, downstairs, has been closed since being damaged in Kelowna floods

Testing the Google Arts & Culture app

Going face to face with art

VIDEO: Fuel truck and train collide in B.C. causing massive fire

More emergency crews are still arriving on scene of a massive fire at the Port Coquitlam rail yard.

Back to work: U.S. government shutdown ends after Democrats relent

Short-term spending measure means both sides could see another shutdown stalemate in three weeks

Man lives despite malfunctioning defibrillator at B.C. arena

A middle-aged man went into cardiac arrest after at game at Pitt Meadows Arena last Wednesday.

Cause of Northern B.C. seaplane crash released

TSB releases report on seaplane crash during a water landing in 2016 near First Nations community

Vancouver police crack down on pop-up pot vendors

Officers raided merchants’ tables on Robson Square late Sunday

Angels at The Mule

Penticton nightclub introduces angel shots for safety

Dryer explosion at Teck Elkview Operations

Locals report hearing loud bang

Bell Media, NFL take appeal over Super Bowl ad rules to top court

At issue is a ban on substituting American ads with Canadian ones during the game’s broadcast

Most Read