This year we are celebrating 30 years of serving the Okanagan with a very special fundraising event. Our 30 Day Cash Giveaway Raffle tickets are $10 each and give you a chance to win daily cash prizes from $50 to… Read More
Published Thursday, September 17, 2015 by the Kelowna Daily Courier, Andrea Peacock
Learning English has been paramount in adjusting to a new life in Canada for one Syrian refugee family in Kelowna.
Mohammed Alshahoud, his wife Sara and their five… Read More
Published: Friday, September 11, 2015 by the Kelowna Daily Courier, written by Andrea Peacock
William Cripps, a welder from Ontario, moved to Kelowna in 2011 only to find that not all of his welding certificates transferred to B.C.
While he… Read More
I’ve known a potential learner for years – with a better grasp on the language she could speak with confidence and improve her life.
I asked this potential learner once why she doesn’t take the initiative to become a learner… Read More
Raise a Reader is our most important campaign of the year because our provincial government tops up the amount we raise ourselves. Last year that amounted to a 75% increase!
We are seeking volunteers to join us on the morning… Read More
To download your car show pictures, click here.
Many thanks to MW Motor Werke, the Porsche Club of America – BC Interior Region and Robert Sinneave, founding member of Area 27 Racing Circuit, for organizing and sponsoring the high… Read More
On June 21st, we’ll be at the “Euro Zone” luxury car exhibit held by the BC Interior Porsche Club and high-end auto repair shop, Motor Werke. First rate photographer, Steve Fairfield, will be on hand to take your picture,… Read More
Steve MacNaull | Kelowna Daily Courier
Brandy Twist and her two young sons settle down on the couch and she starts reading Dr. Seuss’ Green Eggs and Ham to them.Nothing unusual there. After all, the book is a children’s rhyming… Read More
Reading to your kids might help them earn an extra half a million dollars.
During a lifetime, a male with higher literacy skills makes an extra $585,000 and a female $683,000.
This is Family Literacy Week in B.C., a good… Read More