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  • Parkers raises $2,660 to annual poppy fundraiser

    Penticton, BC: Parkers is pleased to announce another successful fundraising campaign.  Between November 6th and 17th they raised $2,660 for The Penticton Legion Poppy Fund by donating $100 from every new or used vehicle purchase and $10 from every oil change.
  • Parkers Chrysler and Janet Parker make significant donation to Discovery House

    PENTICTON - Parkers Chrysler and Janet Parker have collectively donated $25,000 to Discovery House. 
  • Parkers gets behind Discovery House

    PENTICTON - Due to the overwhelming response to last Winter’s fundraiser for Pathways Addiction Resource Centre, Parkers is continuing its commitment to the addiction challenges facing Penticton with the announcement of a full sponsorship partnership with Discovery House Recovery, operated by Penticton Resource Recovery Society.  
  • UBC Okanagan researchers connect common fats to a lazy lifestyle and diabetes

    A UBC researcher is suggesting the types of cooking oils people consume may be sabotaging their efforts to stay healthy and avoid illnesses such as diabetes.
  • 15th Annual Vernon Wellness Fair

    The Vernon Wellness Fair takes place March 4-5 at the Vernon Recreation Centre from 10am to 5pm Saturday and 10am to 4pm Sunday. Admission is free.

    The Vernon Wellness Fair showcases over 70 products and services for the mind, body and soul. There are vendors showcasing things such as essential oils, acupuncture, natural cleaning products, spiritual guidance, weight loss training, organic products and everything in between.
  • Parkers raises $7,400 for Pathways Addictions Resource Centre

    Parkers Chrysler is thrilled to announce that it raised $7,400 during their December Fundraiser for Pathways Addictions Resource Centre. 
  • Parkers raises $7,400 for Pathways addictions resource centre

    PENTICTON - Parkers Chrysler is thrilled to announce that it raised $7,400 during their December Fundraiser for Pathways Addictions Resource Centre. 
  • Parkers to fundraise for Pathways Addictions Resource Centre

    PENTICTON - With the rash of drug overdoses in Penticton and an ongoing concern for the well-being of the community, Parkers will be donating $100 for every vehicle sold and $10 for every oil change service during the month of December to Pathways Addictions Resource Centre.  The fundraising effort will be in memory of Colin Parker, the late son of Parker’s owner Janet Parker, who passed away in early October.
  • BC call to action: stand in solidarity with land and water defenders

    The Union of BC Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) calls upon our friends and allies across Turtle Island to stand with us on November 19th to defend our land and our environment against the expansion of the Tar Sands at the expense of our territories.
  • West Kelowna Council meeting highlights

    City Hall Options
    Council directed staff to investigate two of six options presented to provide efficient municipal operations for the City of West Kelowna. The City has $7.1 million within its Financial Plan to put towards meeting the requirement for an efficient municipal hall facility.

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