The Rotary Club of Penticton has added to its support of the SOS Medical Foundation’s drive to supply the medical equipment for the Penticton Regional Hospital expansion. Rotary president Paul Varga (centre) and campaign chair Ben Amos (right) present the Foundation’s Carey Bornn with another $10,000 donation. The service club has now given $30,000 towards its five-year $50,000 pledge, while individual Rotary members are also giving generously. In total, Penticton Rotary is donating an incredible $330,000 to the PRH campaign. Other Rotary clubs in Oliver, Osoyoos and Princeton are also contributing.
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