WINNING TEAM Members of the Survivorship Dragon Boat Team finished first in the A division during a recent festival in Vernon. (Photo submitted)

Survivorship Dragon Boat Team wins in Vernon

Team takes top spot in A division at festival

The Survivorship Dragon Boat Team has won at a festival in Vernon.

The Penticton-based team, consisting of members from around the South Okanagan, attended the Vernon Dragon Boat Festival on July 13 and finished first in the A division.

READ ALSO: Smooth sailing for day one of Penticton Dragon Boat Festival

There were six women’s teams in the division.

Survivorship also finished first in the breast cancer category.

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