Author Archives: Dave Harmon

Two Bits Go A Long Way for Hill City Kinettes

On Thursday, November 23rd, 2017, the Hill City Kinettes held their 12th Annual Two-Bit Auction at the CLE Heritage Building. The event was sold out and our biggest numbers to date. There were many happy bidders at the end of the night, taking home gorgeous gift baskets, some valued up to $300. The money raised […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Another successful Hoof and Holler in Ste. Rose

Pictured Left to Right – Zone 1 DG Kevin Carlson, Ste Rose Kinsmen Past President Wayne Robertson, Kinsmen Hoof N Holler queen contestant Morgan MacLean, Current Ste Rose Kinsmen President Aaron Olafson, District Governor Dave Roberts For 39 years, the Ste. Rose Kinsmen have been putting on the Hoof and Holler Days for the community to […]

Kin essential in professional development and community!!

Last week, two Kin members were presented with RBC Regional President’s award for Community Leadership.  Kelly Sobering of the Dryden Kinettes and Brent Hagberg of the Thunder Bay Hill City Kinsmen were chosen from all the RBC professionals in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and NW Ontario.   Kelly is an Investment and Retirement Planner in Dryden, Ontario […]