The inaugural Great Ogopogo Bathtub Race hosted by the Summerland Yacht Club on Aug. 22, netted $18,444 for medical equipment at the new Patient Care Tower at Penticton Regional Hospital. Yacht Club members Jim Cavin, second from left, Gil and Edi Inglis, Shelley Reimer and Ray Davis were on hand for the cheque presentation to Janice Perrino, left, of the South Okanagan Simiilkameen Medical Foundation.

The inaugural Great Ogopogo Bathtub Race hosted by the Summerland Yacht Club on Aug. 22, netted $18,444 for medical equipment at the new Patient Care Tower at Penticton Regional Hospital. Yacht Club members Jim Cavin, second from left, Gil and Edi Inglis, Shelley Reimer and Ray Davis were on hand for the cheque presentation to Janice Perrino, left, of the South Okanagan Simiilkameen Medical Foundation.

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The inaugural Great Ogopogo Bathtub Race netted $18,444 for medical equipment at the new Patient Care Tower.

The inaugural Great Ogopogo Bathtub Race hosted by the Summerland Yacht Club on Aug. 22, netted $18,444 for medical equipment at the new Patient Care Tower at Penticton Regional Hospital.

Yacht Club members Jim Cavin, second from left, Gil and Edi Inglis, Shelley Reimer and Ray Davis were on hand for the cheque presentation to Janice Perrino, left, of the South Okanagan Simiilkameen Medical Foundation.

 

 

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