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Penticton Boys and Girls club faces major theft

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(courtesy Boys and Girls Club)
The Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs have a mission to provide a safe, supportive places where kids can experience new opportunities, build positive relationships and develop skills for life.
   
For the club in Penticton, it's more difficult after a major theft over the Easter weekend.

A thief, or thieves, broke into the Club and made off with cellphones, a computer, even a minivan.
   


Jennifer Anderson is the Area Director of the Penticton branch.


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