Curl for Kids Sake 2019

par BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS ASSOCIATION OF WOOD BUFFALO

  • samedi, 23 mars 2019 de 3:00 Après-midi à 12:00 Matin (HAA)
  • MacDonald Island Curling Club , Fort Mcmurray , AB T9H 1S9

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Wood Buffalo is hosting its 8th Annual Curl for Kids' Sake Fundraiser event on March 23rd, 2019 from 3PM-6PM (tentative). This event helps to raise funds that support our programs for the children and youth in Wood Buffalo. By fundraising we are able to offer free programming,events, and family activities throughout the year to our community. 

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Attendees will enjoy a themed day surrounded by community, laughter, and food. There will be curling, and prizes given throughout the duration of the event. 

This event welcomes people of all ages, and of all curling levels (beginner,advanced, etc.) 

More information to come!:) 

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MacDonald Island
Curling Club , Fort Mcmurray , AB T9H 1S9

23 mars 2019
samedi, 23 mars 2019 3:00 Après-midi (HAA)

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In a effort to reach our event goal of $35,000 we ask each curling team to raise a minimum of $250.00 (approx. $65.00 per team member) in pledges.

The team who raises the most pledges will have the chance to win a prize.


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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Wood Buffalo
5B 10019 MacDonald Avenue
Fort McMurray , AB
T9H 1S9

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BBBSWB creates individual and group mentoring relationships among adults and youth. Mentorship is a two-way, learning and development partnership where the young person needs are placed at the center. Because young people’s brains are still developing, mentoring can support that process through back-and-forth interaction like the volley in a good game of ping-pong. Mentoring is an important way to give youth experience with these essential back-and-forth relationships, developing them into healthy young people better able to deal with and overcome life’s adversities.