Several Royal Canadian Legion branches in the South Okanagan-Similkameen have pledged to raise $90,000 over five years to help provide medical equipment for the Penticton Regional Hospital expansion.  This includes $6,000 from Legion Branch 227 (Okanagan Falls) presented to the South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation’s former executive-director Janice Perrino by (from left) Branch president Wayne Knight, past-president Mary Findlater, and treasurer Lorraine Harrison.

Legion branches combine support for PRH

The staff at Berry & Smith Trucking are contributing a combined $30,000 to the South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation’s campaign to supply medical equipment for the Penticton Regional Hospital expansion. This follows a similar donation announced by the company earlier this year.

Berry & Smith staff mirror firm’s PRH support

Premier Christy Clark addresses the crowd at the July 12 groundbreaking ceremony for the $312.5-million expansion of Penticton Regional Hospital.

Premier heads ground-breaking for PRH tower

Jim Leir began restoring this 1918 Mack truck 35 years ago.  Now he has donated the entire $30,000 he received from its recent sale to the South Okanagan Similkameen Medical Foundation’s campaign to provide the medical equipment for Penticton Regional Hospital’s new tower.

Jim Leir turns vintage truck into PRH gift