Melcor Developments Ltd. presented the YMCA Strong Kids Campaign with a $9,000 cheque for funds raised through their local community charitable events. “The YMCA of Okanagan is doing great work in our community and we are proud to support them,” said Andrew Bruce, Melcor Developments Ltd. regional manager. “We are also extremely proud of the funds raised by our team at Black Mountain Golf Club, the residents of BlueSky and individuals like Jack Newton who hosts a golf tournament supporting Strong Kids.” From left: Russ Latimer, Jack Newton, and Tyrel Griffith present Rhonda Zakala from the Y with the donation, which will provide financial assistance for child care, health programs, swim lessons and memberships for local underprivileged children.
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