Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame breakfast set for Thursday

Dr. Barry Urness, 1988 Okanagan Sun, Glenn Ennis, Alex Recsky and Erminia Russo will be inducted Thursday at the Coast Capri

  • Nov. 20, 2012 12:00 p.m.

The Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame will welcome five new inductees on Thursday, Nov. 22.

A two-hour breakfast gala will be held from 7 to 9 a.m. at the Coast Capri Hotel.

This year’s inductees are Dr. Barry Urness, the 1988 Okanagan Sun, rugby player Glenn Ennis, athletic therapist Alex Recsky and volleyball player Erminia Russo.

Olympic rower Will Dean from Kelowna will discuss his Olympic experience in London England, while keynote speaker Doug Manning will have some some very interesting rugby tales to tell.

A few tickets are still available at the Kelowna Museum or on-line at:  www.kelownamuseums.com



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