Letter: Kelowna Family Centre thanks supporters

A number of performers from local businesses were brave enough to be showcased at Business Supports Mental Wellness.

To the editor:

The Kelowna Family Centre wishes to give heartfelt thanks to all those community members who participated in the variety show held at the Unitarian Centre on Family Day in February.

The event was called Business Supports Mental Wellness and a number of performers from local businesses were brave enough to be showcased—there were songs, dancing and presentations.

Support was given by CHBC and sponsors in the community, including Giggles & Hugs Childcare Services, M & H Auto Sales, SMR Restoration Group Ltd., and Kidston & Co.

We thank all those who gave silent auction items and donations. A big thank you goes to Zu Peters and her committee of volunteers for organizing the event to support the Kelowna Family Centre.

Lisa Binnie, executive director

Kelowna Family Centre

 

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