The Regina Pats were winners last night! And if you have yet to get your butt into the Brandt Centre, DO IT!
Day two of the CIBC Wood Gundy Radiothon for the Children’s Hospital is happening today at Hill Tower II.
The Regina Pats stopped into answer phones. Not the coach nor the media guy; but Adam “freakin'” Brooks, Sam Steel and Tyler Brown! THE TEAM!
These guys are the hottest thing on ice and ranked #1 in Canadian Junior Hockey. Here is one thing we know, our local sporting teams such as the Regina Pats, do more than their share when it comes to community involvement! That includes visiting children in the hospital and going to schools.
These guys are in their mid to late teens; they are role models for the kids that play hockey, aspire to play the game or are learning to skate. Kids that come to the game with their parents, classmates and friends. The kids that start to build a following of our Regina Pats and will never forget that interaction with these guys.
It is pretty cool!
620 CKRM and our Harvard Regina cluster of stations encourages you to make a donation today!
The reason we do the Radio-thon is to help Saskatchewan families. The future on Saskatchewan depends on healthy families and with this Children’s Hospital in place, families will not have to travel to Alberta, Vancouver, Winnipeg or Toronto. They will be able to find answers and treatment right here in Saskatchewan.
It becomes a great investment in our future.
Today was one of those perfect Thursday’s where everything is kind of coming together!
Our sunrise was spectacular today. And probably one of the most appreciated this year!
I know this because the internet is populated by pictures of the morning! (I’m one of them!)
Lucky for Lewis & Evans, we were able to enjoy the pink hues washed up against the morning blue.
Take in each day like a big drink of water!
Hard to believe that this is the first week of November. Next week, I will attend a Remembrance Day service. I hope you have time during this week to observe the sacrifice that was given during the many conflicts Canadian men and women endured.
The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 001 in Regina invites you to the November 11th Service of Remembrance at Victoria Park. The events will conclude at the Branch located at 1820 Cornwall Street.
Thank you to the cadets that were out in the community last Saturday selling poppies. This is another big weekend for poppy collections. If you can have a tray of poppies at your business or school, please make sure that you keep an eye on the donation boxes.
Unfortunately, the donation boxes have been known to grow legs and walk out. Please don’t let this happen! The Legion uses this money for the Poppy Fund. Poppy Fund and its uses to find out more!
Perhaps consider joining your local Legion!