Okanagan


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Okanagan

1. a river in North America that flows south from Okanagan Lake in Canada into the Columbia River in NE Washington, US Length: about 483 km (300 miles)
2. a member of a North American Indian people living in the Okanagan River valley in British Columbia and Washington
3. the language of this people, belonging to the Salish family
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Our charter member (Thompson Okanagan Branch), born 01 June 1934 in Vancouver BC, passed away on 09 July 2012 in the North Okanagan Hospice, Vernon, BC at the age of 78 with her family at her side.

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