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Museum building support

Support continues to grow for a museum in Okanagan Landing.

Members of the Okanagan Landing Fire Department have donated $3,000 towards the restoration  and renovation of the heritage CPR Stationhouse in Paddlewheel Park.

“This will help create a museum to  preserve the history of Okanagan Landing,” said Val Heuman, with the Okanagan Landing Community Association.  “With continued support like this, the association expects to open the museum in the early  summer.”

Anyone wanting to donate to the project can call 250-308-4830 for information.

 

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