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We are drown-proofing the Okanagan by providing free swimming lessons to every grade 3 student in School District #23.
Thanks to generous donors, we offer Beyond the Bell; an after school program available to some of the Okanagan's most at-risk kids.
We believe kids should have access to healthy food and snacks in our programs.
With three more days until the Interior Savings Across the Lake Swim Bonnie is staying positive, swimming daily and surrounding herself with her loving supporters — her family and friends. Bonnie remembers the day she chose to register for the Across the Lake Swim and still thinks she is crazy to have gone through with it.
“It feels surreal,” exclaims Bonnie. “Even now, I look at my schedule and see that I’m off on Saturday and sometimes forget that it’s for the swim!”
Ryan was tired of his regular, busy life which he felt was missing passion and zest so he decided to embark on a year of 'new'; New activities, new confidence, new everything. He is now living a life where an adventure is waiting at every turn... Filled with passion and purpose. He has leapt out of his comfort zone and has vowed to never go back.
When Bonnie swam 1200 metres for the first time in April 2016 she couldn’t believe it. Looking back at her decision to learn to swim, and her progress since that day, Bonnie realized how far she had come.