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Business After Hours at Holiday Park

Ron Cannan, MP for Kelowna-Lake Country (left), Nicholas Aubin of Aubin and Associates Notary Public and Garth McKay of Winfield IDA and Lake Country Chamber of Commerce vice-president at the Lake Country Business After Hours February get together. - Contributed
Ron Cannan, MP for Kelowna-Lake Country (left), Nicholas Aubin of Aubin and Associates Notary Public and Garth McKay of Winfield IDA and Lake Country Chamber of Commerce vice-president at the Lake Country Business After Hours February get together.
— image credit: Contributed

Last week’s Business After Hours held in Holiday Park’s Okanagan Room was an educational and fun evening.

Hosted by Total Home Carpet Care and James Lukkemark and Matt Allaire of Crackmaster, Matt spoke about the importance of fixing your chips and cracks as soon as you get them, as the windshield is a huge factor in the structural integrity of your car.

Guest speaker Jody Evans gave a very interesting talk on the pH levels in your body and home. Thanks to both for the great information.

Osho Japanese Restaurant in Lake Country generously donated two trays of sushi for the evening’s appies and wow, what great rolls. Thanks to Satoshi for the donation.

Lake Country’s next Business After Hours will be hosted at Lake Country Optometry on March 28.

For more infomation contact the Lake Country Chamber of Commerce at 40-9522 Main St., 250-766-5670.

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