Happy Thanksgiving!

From the staff at the Kelowna Capital News and the Lake Country Calendar, Happy Thanksgiving

The staff of the Kelowna Capital News, the Lake Country Calendar, as well as the Okanagan Black Press Digital office, would like to wish you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving, circa 2017.

The Capital News office on Enterprise Way in Kelowna is home to the Capital News, the Calendar and the Okanagan office of Black Press Digital, as we continue to evolve in this new era for newspapers, media and journalism.

We are now a multi-media operation from web to social to newspapers and magazines and we are striving to be the best representative of our communities in all facets of our operation.

At the Cap News’ office we operate the two newspapers as well as kelownacapnews.com, lakecountrycalendar.com and are part of the Black Press multimedia team that spans not only the entire Okanagan Valley (10 papers/websites from Penticton to Salmon Arm), but also from the top of the province to the bottom.

We have many hard-working people in all of our departments bringing news, community events and information to you over a wide variety of platforms.

From our team out to you: Have a great weekend with your family.

And please contact us if you have questions, concerns, or newstips. Email edit@kelownacapnews.com or call 250-763-3212.

—Kevin Parnell, managing editor

 

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