The Okanagan Chapter of The Escapee (SKP) hosted the RV Rally for the Trail area at Birchbank Picnic Grounds in early September. The group made a profit of $189, which they donated to the Trail United Church Food Bank. (From left) Connie Hanson from the SKP, food bank volunteer Marylynn Rakuson and SKP’s Grace Terness. (Missing SKP member Glenice MacNaughton)

RVers rally for a Trail food bank

The fall SKP RV Rally raised $189 for the Trail United Church Food Bank

The fall SKP RV Rally raised $189 for the Trail United Church Food Bank

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