PRESENTING FUNDING Peggy Southin, president of the Rotary Club of Peachland, presents Darlene Haslock, manager of operations at JoeAnna’s House with a cheque for $2,000. The club has raised well over $10000 for this facility in the past two years. (Photo by Chris Boyle, Rotary Club of Peachland)

Rotary Club of Peachland supports JoeAnna’s House

Service organization has raised $10,000 for facility during past two years

The Rotary Club of Peachland has given a donation of $2,000 to JoeAnna’s House, an accommodation facility for families of out-of-town patients at Kelowna General Hospital.

The cheque was presented during the Rotary Club’s meeting on Sept. 26.

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Over the past two raised more than 10,000 for JoeAnna’s House.

Construction on the 20-room facility was started in October, 2018. The fundraising campaign is for $8 million.

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