Ballet Kelowna appreciates receiving funds from BC Gaming Commission pot of gold

As artistic director of Ballet Kelowna I would publicly like to thank our civic- minded MLAs for their support.

To the editor:

As artistic director of Ballet Kelowna I would publicly like to thank our civic- minded MLAs Norm Letnick, Ben Stewart and Steve Thomson, for their support of all the agencies that were the successful applicants for support from the BC Gaming Commission.

It was in large part due to their perseverance in championing the positive impact that all our organizations have on the community, that we are able to once again access funds that will assist each of us in continuing to provide quality services that enrich all our lives.

Kelowna should be most thankful for and proud of each of these incredibly committed gentlemen.

Ballet Kelowna proudly applauds their most appreciated efforts on our behalf.

David LaHay,

artistic director,

Ballet Kelowna

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