On Wednesday, June 8th, Steve King joined us from Pathways Addiction and Resource Centre to talk about Pathways Addiction and how it helps the community of Penticton and surrounding areas
 
The Rotary Club of Penticton held a raffle to help Pathways and raised over $6000 dollars.
 
The winners were as follows:
A Premium Custon Built fully insulated Dog House Donated by Stu Harper Value $2100 – Winner Horst. 
 
Two –night accommodation in a king lakeview guest room with complimentary parking – value $640 – Donated by Penticton Lakeside Hotel
Winner Rebecca Ashley
 
Free simple new Will kit and a new simple will for your spouse – donated by Cory Goodrich McLeod and Schneiderat – value $525
Winner Helen  
 
One night at the Cactus Tree Inn –  value $399 – Donated by Grant Klatik of Chamerlin Property Group
Winner 
Matt Lowe  
 
Signed Penticton Vees Jersey and a Pony Keg Donated by Barley Mill Pub Value $350
Winner - Rhonda Schappert
 
Yeti Cooler – Donated by Home Hardware value $350
Winner   Hope Flatt
 
Steve King and Dr. Sherry Ure were on hand to receive the cheque along with Rotarian Tracy Comber who has been instrumental in raising money for Pathways and incoming President Jon Milligan