Please find attached an important message from Dr. Sue Pollock, Interim Chief Medical Health Officer with regards to required closures and restrictions. This information summarizes the provincial Orders issued by Dr. Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer. Links to key sites and contact information is also included in the document. Further details on specific control methods can be found on the BC Centre for Disease Control Covid-19 site (http://www.bccdc.ca/health-
Dear valued customers and community supporters,
The Colombo Lodge and Italian Cultural Centre is proud to be known as the first choice for weddings, banquets, fundraisers and community events and is committed to providing excellence in hosting these gatherings. We value highly the ongoing support and loyalty of our patrons and want to do the right thing to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of our supporters.
Being mindful of the world-wide and community focus on the 2019 Coronavirus pandemic, the Colombo Lodge Executive takes our responsibility with COVID-19 seriously and will be following the direction given by our National and Provincial Health Authorities.
Currently we are being advised to cancel or postpone gatherings of 50 or more people. We will be using our website to inform customers and community supporters of any changes in this direction and of any cancellations or postponements of events hosted by the Colombo Lodge.
Please visit our website www.colombolodge.com for these updates.
If you have any questions or concerns of upcoming events, please contact our Manager, Roberta Moroni, at 250-374-4914.
Ross C. Spina, President
Events postponed or cancelled as of today:
April 18- Spring Fling (350 people) Postponed.
Colombo Cares – Take Home Dinners (Including March 18) Postponed.
The Executive and members of the Colombo Lodge and Italian Cultural Center are committed to providing financial assistance to individuals, groups and organizations who demonstrate through an application process that their project, program or initiative will meet a need in the community in the areas of Arts and Culture, Health and Welfare, Sports & Recreation and Community Leadership.
Our first recipients of the year are:
Kamloops Hospice – $1,500 | Bright Red Book Bus – $500 | Kamloops School of the Arts – $500 | St. Ann’s Dry Grad – $500 | Western Canada Theatre – $500 | Kamloops Givers – $500
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