West Kelowna Enterprise Helps ‘Cram the Cruiser’ for the Meals Financial institution

Thanks to the generosity of a local West Kelowna business, Kelowna RCMP were able to “Cram the Cruiser” for second time this month.

<who> Photo Credit: RCMP Handout </who> Napa Westbank Bill Heinrich (Napa Westbank Owner/Operator), with Justin Strewons (Store Manager), Shannon Ingram and Jess Weller (Napa staff).”  data-src=”https://www.kelownanow.com/files/files/images/Picture%201.JPG” style=”margin: 5px;”/></p>
<p>On December 23rd the Kelowna RCMP partnered with Napa Westbank to cram one more cruiser just in time for Christmas. This time food was being collected for the West Kelowna Food Bank. Napa Westbank owner Bill Heinrich and his store manager Justin Strewons rallied staff to gather non-perishable food donations from customers.</p>
<p>“This is our fifth year gathering non-perishable food donations from our clients for the West Kelowna Food Bank,” said Heinrich. “We feel it’s our responsibility to do our part in supporting such an amazing cause. Our hope is to encourage other West Kelowna businesses to do the same.”</p>
<p style=<who> Photo Credit: RCMP Handout </who> Napa Westbank Justin Strewons (Store Manager), shaking hands with Gary Lynch (Operations Manager West Kelowna Food Bank).”  data-src=”https://www.kelownanow.com/files/files/images/Picture%203.JPG” style=”margin: 5px;”/></p>
<p>In total, staff donated 325 pounds of non-perishable items for the West Kelowna Food Bank.</p>
<p>“It’s amazing to see Cram the Cruiser flourish and expand to partner with local business’ to provide much needed support for other Food Banks here in the Okanagan,” said Cst. Jesse O’Donaghey of the Kelowna RCMP.</p>
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