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New Wheels for Penticton raffle winner

Ray Van Ingen tries on his new Harley ride for size with help from executive director Manisha Willms of the OSNS Child Development Centre and Willy Lemm of the Okanagan Motorcycle Riders Association Wednesday.  - Mark Brett/Penticton Western News
Ray Van Ingen tries on his new Harley ride for size with help from executive director Manisha Willms of the OSNS Child Development Centre and Willy Lemm of the Okanagan Motorcycle Riders Association Wednesday.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Penticton Western News

Ray Van Ingen tries on his new Harley ride for size with help from executive director Manisha Willms of the OSNS Child Development Centre and Willy Lemm of the Okanagan Motorcycle Riders Association Wednesday.

Van Ingen won the bike in the OSNS fundraising raffle which is helped in large part by the efforts of the association’s membership.

Money raised assists the centre’s efforts throughout the South Okanagan-Similkameen to help children through early intervention services.

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