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Funtastic pitches in funding

Funtastic Sports Society executive director Wee Yee (bottom left) and president Brett Kirkpatrick (bottom middle) celebrate the event
Funtastic Sports Society executive director Wee Yee (bottom left) and president Brett Kirkpatrick (bottom middle) celebrate the event's 30th anniversary by giving away $30,000 to local sports and recreation groups. Grants have been receieved by the following groups: Vernon and District Minor Football Association, Literacy and Youth Initiatives Society of the North Okanagan, Vernon Judo's Club Parents Association, Vernon Speed Skating Club, Pacificsports Okanagan, Vernon Rowing and Dragon Boat Club, Okanagan Boys and Girls Club, Vernon Boxing CLub Society, Vernon Ski Club Society, Kindale Developmental Association, Vernon Pony Club, North Okanagan Youth Soccer Association and Vernon Soccer Association.
— image credit: Jennifer Smith/Morning Star

In celebration of 30 years, Funtastic has pitched in $30,000 to its community.

Funtastic Sports Society gave away the funds at a special ceremony Monday at the VantageOne Centre.

Recipients are: Vernon and District Minor Football Association, Literacy and Youth Initiatives Society of the North Okanagan, Vernon Judo's Club Parents Association, Vernon Speed Skating Club, Pacificsports Okanagan, Vernon Rowing and Dragon Boat Club, Okanagan Boys and Girls Club, Vernon Boxing CLub Society, Vernon Ski Club Society, Kindale Developmental Association, Vernon Pony Club, North Okanagan Youth Soccer Association and Vernon Soccer Association.

Watch The Morning Star for further details.

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