Local Lavington residents, Denis & Eileen Nogue are currently coordinating the shipping of 40 foot container with over 1 million servings of donated Gleaners food and medical supplies to Guatemala. The Nogue's will be working with Mision Hispana reachingtheamericas.co
mand will be implementing a much needed feeding program at a public school as well as feeding the most vulnerable and poor. If you would like to make a financial contribution, 100% of the proceeds will be used towards the project. Tax receiptable donations can be made to Lavington Fellowship Baptist Church, (marked Container Project) 9681 School Rd., Coldstream, B.C. V1B 3G4. For more information contact Denis or Eileen at 250-545-1672 or email noguesinguatemala@gmail. com
Sunday, September 18, 2016
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2016 8:05:39 PM AMERICA/VANCOUVER
Darren Hundschuh - Sep 14, 2016 4:34 PM
The mother and daughter team of Kiley Routley and Kath Raeber of Back to Earth Enviro Products are off to the Emmys on Friday for the big event on Sunday, Sept. 18.
They will be representing the business with a table filled with their products and all of the Emmy nominees will be receiving Weeds & Seeds, Kisameet Clay Bar and Pain Be Gone in their swag bags.
"It is very exciting to know that stars will be experiencing a taste of the beautiful sunny Okanagan." said Joni Anderson of Back to Earth.
Anderson said they will be taking 200 bags loaded with the three products which will be given to some of the biggest stars on the planet.
"This little Okanagan company's products will be going to some pretty snazzy people." said Anderson.
Earlier this year they were invited to both the Oscars and MTV Awards, but were already committed to attend the Premier's Excellence Awards in Vancouver where they placed as one of the top five businesses in the province.
When the invitation for the Emmys came this year, every effort was made to make it happen.