We would be honored to receive the following items:
- paper towel
- kraft dinner
- canned chicken & ham
- baby food/formula
- pasta sauce & canned tomatoes
- canned corn & vegetables
- canned fruit
- canned kidney beans
- canned pork & beans
- vegetables (onions, radishes, peas, corn, baby carrots, cucumbers etc.)
- fresh fruit (watermelons, strawberries, bananas, apples, oranges etc)
- canned chicken noodle and vegetable soup
- juice crystals
- garbage bags (small & large)
Thank You & God Bless!
Hello Folks. We know a lot of you have been watching and keeping up with our Nova project. Here is a look at the finished product and a write-up in Collision Repair Magazine. We will have it in the Rock 102 Show N’ Shine on August 19 – 21 in Saskatoon. Come on down and buy a raffle ticket for a chance to win this amazing vehicle.
Rick had the honour and privilege to receive the Cameco Literacy Learner Award from the Saskatchewan Literacy Network for the work he has done to promote literacy and education in Saskatchewan. Congratulations Rick!
It is with great pride and thanks that we announce that the guest speaker supporting our 2016 Hands On Golf Tournament is Canadian Hall of Fame Inductee and ex-rider Don Narcisse!!
Donald Narcisse a former wide receiver for the Saskatchewan Roughriders . Had over 1000+ receiving yards for 7 consecutive seasons from 1989-1995 including a career high 1419 yards in 1989.
At the time of his retirement, he was 1st all-time in career receptions, 3rd in career receiving yards and tied for 1st with 8 – 1000+ yard seasons. Narcisse holds the professional football record for most consecutive games with at least one reception in every game (216). He is considered one of the greatest players in Roughriders history and one of the leagues greatest receivers.
He won a Grey Cup with the Riders in 1989 and reached the finals again in 1997. After spending his entire career with the Roughriders, Narcisse retired at the conclusion of the 1999 season.
In 2006, Narcisse was among 185 players nominated for The TSN/CFL 50 Greatest Players list. He was not voted into the top 50. He was among the 135 player Honor Roll of those who didn’t make the list. He was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2010.
To sponsor, play or attend the steak dinner in support of Hands On Outreach…please contact us today!!