Kelowna CASEY

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It wasn't the easiest drive of the year. Something about late winter snow storms on the road that are a little dishearteneing.
It wasn't the easiest drive of the year. Something about late winter snow storms on the road that are a little dishearteneing.

Well, I started off Sexual Exploitation Awareness Week with Louise in Kelowna. She’s been doing some excellent work finding funding for CASEY in Kelowna. She also got the media out to cover the public presentation we did on Monday morning. CHBC News Item

The drive home was rewarding because at the end of the white-knuckling over the mountains, the Fraser Valley was bathed in beautiful sunlight. Daylight savings time didn’t hurt either! White knuckle speed considerations.IMG_0185[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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