Special thanks to the many hard working Board of Directors and volunteers involved in making OLWQS’s successful presence at the 73rd Annual Cherry Festival parade through the downtown streets of Osoyoos and at the OLWQS booth at Gyro Park.
Kudos to all who made time to promote our organization and the work we perform annually to protect and keep our Osoyoos Lake beautiful so that future generations can enjoy its numerous benefits including swimming, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, paddleboarding, observing wildlife, sport fishing and many other activities.
Ryan Simms and Jessica Shull our drivers from ARS Marine Repair Shop, Osoyoos
The entire crew. Sign walkers Barb Steven and Elise Peterson. Boat crew members (l-r) Barb Chipperfield’s grandson, Captain Bob Sherwood; Barb Chipperfield and Marie Gibbons.
OLWQS sign bearers Barb Stevens and Elise Petersen.
Our fearless leader and OLWQS President, Birgit Arnstein, who ensured parade floats and crowds worked in harmony.
OLWQS float driven by Ryan Simms and Jessica Shull, from ARS Marine Repair Shop.
OLWQS volunteers enjoy the view and the appreciation of the crowds along parade route.
Our fabulous booth chocked full of must know information about how the OLWQS Educates, Protects and Monitors Osoyoos Lake.
A trio of hard working volunteers manned our information table with smiles and important knowledge to share with the public. (l-r) Jennifer Morton, Elise Peterson and Barb Stevens. Thank you ladies!