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Daybreak South | Apr 15, 2013 | 4:36

A North Okanagan teacher's great story of paying it forward

Lana O'Brien gave a woman a ride from the Kelowna airport to her Vernon home because she had no way to get home and that prompted the woman to later donate 500 dollars to Lana's school drama club for a theatre production.

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