Kindale project delayed

Lydia Boss Centre is slated to open mid January in Armstrong

Giving is nothing new to Dwight Johnson, owner of Armstrong Pharmacy and Village Cheese.

When approached by Kindale concerning its delay in moving, Johnson agreed to allow the agency to continue to remain at 23A 3300 Smith Dr. until construction on the Lydia Boss Centre is complete.

“It means a great deal to everyone at Kindale when our community continues to show support for the good work that we do”, said Henry Sundquist, executive director.

Originally planned to open in late December, construction of the Lydia Boss Centre has been slightly delayed and the program headquarters is slated to open mid January.

The second-floor affordable housing is on track for February.

Kindale provides a variety of services for more than 300 individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in in the North Okanagan.


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