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Neepawa Kin collect Toys

Saturday Night saw Neepawa participate in the Parade of Lights.  The event had a great turn out with lots of Christmas cheer. The Neepawa Kin Club, along with Arts Forward, entered a float complete with children singing Christmas carols. Members of the Kin Club walked the parade route collecting unwrapped Christmas gifts for the Salvation Army Christmas hampers. Neepawa Kin Club President, Shelley Foxton, proudly stated, “it was terrific to see the whole community come together and share in the Christmas spirit. The joy in the children’s faces will keep the club doing this for years to come.” The club is currently selling Cheer for a Year tickets, the draw date is December 16th, so get yours soon.

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Year One an Overwhelming Success

On November 19, 2016, a convoy of Kin headed North.  Governor John DeBeer, Past Governor Amanda Naughton-Gale, Deputy Governor Hollee Babcock and host of members from Boissevain, Brandon, Flin Flon, The Pas and Thompson were going to Leaf Rapids, MB. It was an exciting trip as they were about to welcome the newest club to Kin Canada, the fact it was further north than any existing club was just a bonus. On that day, 29 community members from the Leaf Rapids formally become members of the first-choice service organization in Canada.  Since that day, the club has been leaders in their community and without a doubt served their community’s greatest needs. “The North of 56 Kin Club has done amazing things in their community.” States Read More

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A successful Murder Mystery in Thompson

On November 4th, The Thompson Kin Club held the Murder Mystery Dinner.  It was a sold out event with 80  people attending.  Eight audience members were selected to take part and read from a script, but the ad-libbing from these amazing participants is what made for an evening of gut-wrenching laughter. “It is nice to see such community involvement for the Kin Club,” said Kin member Kathleen Thrones “it was an evening full of great food and many laughs” The club will be using the event to raise money for some exciting new additions to their annual Winterfest celebrations in February, which of course involves the beloved Rudy the Raven.   Please make sure you stay tuned to the club’s Facebook Page as they announce new Read More