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Getting wet for United Way

Co-chair RCMP Insp. Brad Haugli of the United Way South Okanagan Similkameen holds up a toonie which is the price of admission this Sunday to the Community Centre pool for Family Swim Day in support of the organization. With Haugli is (front to back) other co-chair Angela Marino, director Riley Gettens and executive director Marla O
Co-chair RCMP Insp. Brad Haugli of the United Way South Okanagan Similkameen holds up a toonie which is the price of admission this Sunday to the Community Centre pool for Family Swim Day in support of the organization. With Haugli is (front to back) other co-chair Angela Marino, director Riley Gettens and executive director Marla O'Brien of the United Way. The swim is from 1-4 p.m.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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