The Squash BC Interior Junior Development team was training in Revelstoke over the weekend.
Seven of the nine players selected to this squad are Revelstoke players. The other two are from Kelowna and Penticton
Colin Whitney, Head Pro of the Evergreen Squash Club in North Vancouver and Adam Terheege from Penticton are the two coaches that Squash BC were sent to work with the local players named to the team. These talented young players are: are Amelia Brown, Julia Dorrius, Sophie Dorrius, Conner McCabe, Ryan Howe, Austin DesMazes and Josh Larsen.
The Revelstoke Awareness and Outreach Program (RAOP) is 10 years old this month and is planning a birthday party for September 30 from 1 pm until 3 pm.
Cake and refreshments will be served and interested members of the public are invited to stop by to help its members celebrate.
RAOP is located in the alley off First Street East beside the Regent. It was started as a program that would dispel myths about mental illness and help better integrate people with mental illnesses in the larger community. RAOP offers programs for its members and sponsors events that are open to members and the general public.
Do you know someone who wants to improve his or her basic reading, writing, computer or math skills?
If so they may be glad to know that Okanagan College’s Adult Literacy Volunteer Tutor Program is back up and running.
The program offers free, one-to-one tutoring for adults over age 19 years of age.
“We would be happy to talk to you or your group about our program and answer any questions you may have,” Program Coordinator Megan Shandro said in a statement.
For more information please contact Megan Shandro at the college, 250-837-4235.