Kelowna city council members gather with Santa, Mrs Claus and their transit volunteers outside city hall Monday to launch the annual Santa bus. The bus will travel around the Central Okanagan collecting food and toys for the Salvation Army’s hamper program between now and Dec. 16.—Alistair Waters/Capital News

Santa Bus hits the road in Central Okanagan

Specially decorated bus will collect food and toys for the annual Salvation Army hamper program

The Santa Bus is back on the road.

The specially-decorated Kelowna Regional Transit bus, which will make stops around the community between now and Dec. 16, will collect food and toys for the annual Salvation Army hamper program.

Santa, Mrs Claus,his transit volunter helpers and the bus made the first stop Kelowna City Hall Monday to meet briefly with Mayor Colin Basran and his councillors.

For information about where the bus will be stopping this week,go to bctransit.com/kelowna.

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