The Canadian Mental Health Association chapter in Weyburn is breaking the mental health stigma by breaking a world record. Starting at 2:45 this afternoon (Sept 19th) residents and visitors will attempt to break the world record for the largest human foosball game.
“We’ve got about 210 people registered. We need to have over 250 (and) I know we’ve got a lot of people saying they’re coming and signing right up at the event, so we’re looking for people to show,” elaborated CMHA Weyburn Program Director Tasha Collins.
The event will get happen at the soccer grounds north of Weyburn Comprehensive High School and is aiming to be a fun community event while raising awareness to an important cause.
“With the world record attempt, one team has to score three goals, so that could take ten minutes or it could take an hour, we’re not to sure but that’s the logistics of it,” outlined Collins.
She added the event will be recorded, supervised, and sent to Guinness World Records to see if they can claim the honour of “world’s largest human foosball game.”
More event details can be found by clicking here.