Remembrance Day service set for this Sunday

Kindersley Legion is holding its annual community service at St. Paul’s United Church

Remembrance Day service set for this SundayKenneth Brown of The Clarion It is that time of year again when community members gather to remember the sacrifices made by men and women who have served and died on the battlefield. Remembrance Day is on a Sunday this year, and the Kindersley Legion is holding its annual community service at St. Paul’s United…

Dave Burke’s service is spread throughout the community

No matter what the volunteer work, he enjoys the friendships he’s made through the years and serving the people in the community

Dave Burke’s service is spread throughout the communityBy Joan Janzen of The Clarion “I’ve been a firefighter since 1978, and been a Legion member for 37 years. I umpired baseball for roughly 34 years.” said Dave Burke. More recently, he’s taken the position of president of the Kindersley Community Service group.

Bikers brave the cold for charity ride

More than 90 toys were donated to the West Central Crisis and Family Support Centre

Bikers brave the cold for charity rideKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley Legion held its second annual Poker Rally and Toy Run on the weekend, and several bikers got out despite the chilly weather conditions. A total of about 30 motorcycles gathered outside the Legion Hall on Sept. 1 to participate in the Poker Rally and Toy Run. The participants…

Legion poker rally and toy run returns

Bikers are asked to bring a new unwrapped toy to be donated to the West Central Crisis and Family Support Centre

Legion poker rally and toy run returnsKenneth Brown of The Clarion Kindersley area bikers looking to go on a late summer cruise, win cash and support a good cause at the same time could do it all at the beginning of September. The second annual Legion Poker Rally and Toy Run is being presented by the Kindersley Legion on Sept. 1,…

Legion serves community and beyond

Meetings are on the first Wednesday of each month at the Legion Hall at 7:30 p.m. The branch welcomes new members and those who want to find out more

Legion serves community and beyondKenneth Brown of The Clarion The Kindersley branch of the Royal Canadian Legion has been a fixture in town for several decades and its members continue to be active in the community. There are several ways to support a community, and joining a service club or fraternal organization is one way to give back. Membership…

Council approves contractors for upcoming projects

Nine applicants will benefit from the town’s Community Grant Program; pest control service bid accepted

Council approves contractors for upcoming projectsKenneth Brown of The Clarion Town council has given approval to the three contractors that will work on the town’s asphalt, concrete and deep services projects in 2018. Three separate resolutions were passed at a council meeting on April 23 to approve the contractors. Mayor Rod Perkins said council members discussed the project submissions during…

Legion branch pays tribute

Full house at the annual awards night and banquet, where several people were honoured for their service

Legion branch pays tributeKevin McBain of The Clarion The Kindersley Legion Branch #57 held their annual awards night and banquet Saturday with a full house in attendance. New president of the Legion, Patrick Brick, was the emcee for the event. Following a delicious meal, many people were recognized through different programs. Service pins were presented to: Associates -…

Community mourns loss of dedicated volunteer

Don Fuhrman, 66, spent most of his adult life volunteering on community projects and organizations, often as an inspirational leader

Community mourns loss of dedicated volunteerKenneth Brown of The Clarion Longtime volunteer and community champion Don Fuhrman died suddenly last week and the community now has a big hole to fill within the local volunteer base. Fuhrman, who was only 66-years-old at the time of his death on Jan. 18, spent the majority of his adult life volunteering his time…

Local family to serve Christmas meal for community

Barry and Therese Malindine and family invite people in Kindersley and area to join them for Christmas dinner – at no cost

Local family to serve Christmas meal for communityKevin McBain of The Clarion A local family has decided to pay Christmas forward this year. Barry and Therese Malindine and family are making a Christmas meal as usual this year, but this time they’re inviting people in Kindersley and area to join them – at no cost. The Malindines will be serving up turkey…

Legion bike draw to support aquatic centre

Motorcycle donated to the Legion by LongRange Services Ltd., an oilfield services company in Kindersley

Legion bike draw to support aquatic centreKenneth Brown of The Clarion A circle of events led to a motorcycle being donated to the Kindersley Legion and the branch is raffling off the motorcycle to raise money for the aquatic centre. Tickets are now being sold for the Legion Bike Draw. There is a limited number of tickets for the draw, so…

Motorcycle riders come together to support local groups

Riders and their motorcycles gathered for a toy run and poker rally, organized to help a local Christmas hamper program

Motorcycle riders come together to support local groupsKenneth Brown of The Clarion The sound of about 30 motorcycles rolling down Main Street turned several people’s heads on Saturday as the group of riders went out on a toy run and poker rally. Riders and their motorcycles gathered at the Kindersley Legion Hall on Sept. 2 for the toy run and poker rally,…