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Westbank Lions Hall Inquiry Contact

September 07, 2013 - 12:50 PM

WEST KELOWNA - The Westbank Lions Club is working to address the complications arising from the Sept. 1 fire that caused heavy damage to the busy Westbank Lions Hall on Main Street in West Kelowna, forcing its closure for the foreseeable future.

The District of West Kelowna is helping the club get the message out that it is working directly with organizations and individuals who are now forced to find alternate arrangements on short notice.

Judy Ingram, the manager of the Lion’s Hall, is making herself available to field inquiries from the public while the club deals with the aftermath of Sunday’s fire. Anyone with information regarding available meetings spaces in West Kelowna or with booking or refund questions can contact Judy at 250-768-2322.

West Kelowna Council and the staff of the District of West Kelowna are pleased to provide assistance to the Westbank Lions Club during this difficult time.

The District of West Kelowna is keeping a list of public meeting space facilities. Please contact the District at 778-797-1000 if you have a space available to rent.

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