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Kelowna Falcons charity night draws more than 800 baseball fans

Okanagan Firestorm Cheerleading during the opening performance at the Kelowna Falcons charity night.
Image Credit: The United Way
July 09, 2016 - 12:00 PM

KELOWNA - The United Way Central and South Okanagan/Similkameen (United Way CSO) hosted over 800 baseball fans at Elks Stadium on Wednesday night when the Kelowna Falcons took on the Gresham Greywolves.

It was a night filled with Papa John’s pizza, a UBC Okanagan Heat “Kids Zone”, a performance by Okanagan Firestorm Cheerleading and a 50/50 draw: all in support of children and families in our community.

The Falcons played a hard fought game but eventually fell 3-2 to the Greywolves. More info can be found at the Kelowna Falcons website.

We would like to thank the volunteers and sponsors that made this event possible.

  • Okanagan Firestorm Cheerleading – opening performance
  • Kelowna City Councilor Maxine DeHart – opening pitch
  • Papa John’s Pizza – proceeds of pizza sales went to United Way CSO
  • Westkey Graphics – Printing and Signage Sponsor
  • Delta Grand and Fortis BC – Inning Sponsors
  • UBCO Heat – Kids Zone Sponsor
  • Castanet, Capital News, Global Okanagan and K96.3 – Media Partners

The event was presented by UBC Okanagan and Gennext Kelowna. We would also like to thank the Kelowna Falcons organization for their community spirit and generosity as partners in this event along with all the fans who attended and supported the event.

More event photos can be found at the United Way of the Central and South Okanagan/Similkameen FaceBook page.

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