Keith Johnston (left), representing the Vernon Rotary clubs, presents a cheque for $4,440 to seven North Okanagan high school athletics departments which participated in Rotary’s Athletic Awards. Receiving the cheque, on behalf of the schools, are members of the Girls Team of the Year award winners the Seaton Sonics volleyball team: Ella Oduro, Rose Harned, Kalli Hamilton-Gee, Dana Kievit and Seaton athletic director Nathan Lee. The Sonics finished second at the provincial championships. (Photo submitted)

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Rotary clubs fund seven North Okanagan high school athletic departments

Rotary clubs fund seven North Okanagan high school athletic departments

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