Fundraiser helps Vernon Kidsport

Chevron is hosting a customer appreciation day today (Thursday) at the Chevron at 3305 32nd St.

A fundraiser will help local children access organized sports.

Chevron is hosting a customer appreciation day today (Thursday) at the Chevron at 3305 32nd St.

As part of the event, Triple O’s On the Go Truck will be on site from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and it will be serving up burgers for a donation to KidSport.

“One hundred per cent of the proceeds will go to Greater Vernon KidSport. Please plan to pay them a visit, have a burger and make a donation. And, spread the word,” said Shayne Wright, with Greater Vernon KidSport.

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