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                                        SOME LETTERS OF GRATITUDE 2013 

 
Penticton Recovery Resource Society / Discovery House
 

 
Knights of Columbus Xmas Hamper 
 
Okanagan Helping Hands



OSNS from Manisha regarding the Telethon 
 


South Okanagan Smilkameen Medical Foundation


South Okanagan Women in Need 
 

St. Vincent De Paul Christmas Hamper

 
259 Penticton Panthers Air Cadets
 

Toys for Tots & Teens - S'Land Fire Department

 

                                                       




 

 

2012 Peach City Beach Cruise magazine's OMRA write up which appeared in their 24,000 copy booklet.

OMRA is a local non-profit fundraising group that disperses thousands of dollars every year among South Okanagan groups in need. The OMRA co-operates with the Okanagan Similkameen Neurological Society (OSNS) selling raffle tickets for one of their biggest annual fund-raising drives, the motorcycle give-away. OMRA also organizes the annual South Okanagan Toy Run in the Fall. You will see OMRA members helping out at many other events, including traffic control for the Peach City Beach Cruise parade. 

Wayne Wood – PCBC Vice President


   

2012
Diane Tetreault,
Volunteer Auditor for
numerous dedicated years for OMRA was
presented with a life time membership to
OMRA by John (Red) Young.


  
Greg Hagel who died in August 2008 while on the 3-Flags Ride
was given an honorary membership to OMRA in 2009.



MEMBERSHIP

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The Okanagan Motorcycle Riders Association (OMRA) became a registered society in 2001. The purposes of the society are to establish an association of motorcycle enthusiasts to promote a common goal of safe riding, promote camaraderie among riders and raise money for charity. The society is non-partisan, non-sectarian and non-profit.

                                                                  







PREVIOUS WEBSITES OF OMRA


http://www.rydership.8m.net     2006

                       
http://www.omra.8m.net    2004 - 2005    2004/2005
                                                                                                                                                      



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