Lions Hall fire deemed suspicious
Sep 3, 2013 / 10:17 am
An investigation into the cause of Sunday's fire at the Westbank Lions Hall has concluded there is enough evidence to suggest the blaze was suspicious in nature.
The file has now been turned over to the West Kelowna RCMP Detachment.
West Kelowna fire crews arrived on the scene at about 8:30 Sunday morning and had the blaze under control by about 9, however, it was too late to save the decades old wooden structure.
The Lions Club housed the clubs offices as well as the Storefront School, Red Cross equipment loan operation, Boys and Girls Club programs and was home to several other groups.
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