Today, Summerland Yacht Club presented the South Okanagan-Similkameen Medical Foundation with a cheque for $18,444.00, exceeding our goal of $15,000.00. Many thanks to the participants, sponsors and volunteers that made the Ogopogo Bathtub Race possible. We hope to see you all again next year.
August 22nd came sandwiched between heavy winds and a rough lake, and a smoke-filled Saturday evening. Someone was watching out for us! The races were loads of fun, with just 34 seconds between 1st and 2nd in the Class A race. Remax Orchard Country took first, with Great Estates right behind. Signature Pools was not long in finishing third. The …
The Great Ogopogo Bathtub Race float was declared a winner in the June 6th Actionfest Parade. On August 22, be at Peach Orchard Park for a great time with the races, kid’s events, BBQ and more. Help support our Regional Hospital, which is so important to all of us.
Built from scratch, Bigfoot is one of several of these types to be in the race. It was built from the plans on this website, with a replica lightweight tub. Next, the first run under power. Next off the assembly line is a pontoon boat for the Fun Race.
Most people will read about the race in the paper the next day. It’s a lot more fun to be in it! Entries continue to come in and we have a good slate of tubs on board and ready to go. There’s always room for more, and you will be helping build our new PRH Hospital Tower at the same …
Welcome to some new entries: Apex Ski Patrol Penticton Herald Penticton Toyota Summerland Fire Department Johnston Meier Team Top Gear Don’t delay, get your entry in!
Summerland Credit Union and Nesters Market will be hosting a BBQ at Peach Orchard Park on Race Day. All proceeds go to the Regional Hospital, so work up a hunger and join us!
We’re happy to say that Bad Tattoo Brewing Company will be featuring a tent at Peach Orchard Park on Race Day. Lots of time to work up a thirst!
Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue has joined us to assist in providing a safe race.
S.A.D.I. Youth group has entered the race twice, thanks to assistance from Pharmasave Summerland. The competition heats up… Thanks to Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue for joining us to assist with safety on the water.
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