Congratulations to Shirley Frydenlund from Allan, SK as recipient of the 2017 Lieutenant Governor’s Volunteer Medal Award. Shirley is one of 10 recipients who will receive the medal at a ceremony during Volunteer Week, April 15-21, 2018. Shirley is an active volunteer in Allan with the heritage society and museum, culture days, craft show, trade fair, community celebrations, just to name a few. Click here to read more.
Prairie Central District extends congratulations to the town of Kenaston on winning the 2018 Go Out & Play Challenge powered by Saskatchewan Blue Cross. Having logged more than 419,650 minutes of physical activity during the 10-day challenge, they won the grand prize of $10,000 which they will use to create an outdoor physical activity and wellness area. More information can be found here.
Congratulations to Team Bindig on winning the U18 Sask Provincials! They then represented Saskatchewan at the U18 Nationals in New Brunswick. Team members include Jayden Bindig (skip), Nathen Pomedli (third), Braden Fleischhacker (second) and Ethan Nygaard (lead). This team represented Prairie Central at the 2018 Sask Winter Games in North Battleford. Great job guys! Read more at discoverhumboldt.com.
Congratulations to Emily Clark of Saskatoon as recipient of the Sask Sport Inc. February Athlete of the Month Award. Emily competed in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, as a member of the Canadian women’s ice hockey team More information can be found here
The Saskatchewan Sport Awards were presented at TCU Place in Saskatoon on March 22, 2018. Athlete of the Year award recipients and finalists were honored in six categories. Click here for the list of Sask Sport Inc. 2017 Sport Award Recipients. Rylan Wiens of Pike Lake (Diving) and Ashley Baerg of Dalmeny (Master Athlete) from the Prairie Central District were among the list of the Finalists recognized. Congratulations to all athletes receiving awards.
We are #SaskProud of Saskatchewan athletes and coaches at the PYEONGCHANG 2018 PARALYMPICS
- Kurt Oatway of Regina received a gold medal in Para Alpine Men’s Super G, Sitting;
- Ken Babey of Saskatoon received silver medal as head coach Para Ice Hockey;
- Brittany Hudak of Prince Albert won bronze in Women’s Para Nordic (Biathlon) 12.5KM, Standing;
- Marie Wright of Moose Jaw won bronze in Wheelchair Curling;
- Wayne Kiel of Balgonie received a bronze medal as head coach Wheelchair Curling.
For information on #SaskProud contingent and their results, visit www.csc-sask.ca/2018PyeongChang.php