Next Up is Sweet (but not rich!)

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  • dimanche, 07 février 2016 de 6:59 Après-midi à 11:00 Après-midi (HNE)
  • 1120 20th St. W. Station 20 West, Saskatoon, SK S7M0Y8

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A dessert auction fundraiser for the Next Up leadership program.

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Join Next Up Leadership Program and our guest auctioneer for the evening, former Premier Lorne Calvert, for a sweet evening of fun, music, and yumminess!
How the dessert auction works: We will have a closed bid auction on desserts, meaning that people will pool money at their table, putting as much money (cash or cheques) as they can into the envelope on their table. We then collect the envelopes and determine the amounts. The table with the highest bid gets to pick first, and then we move on down the list. Everyone gets a dessert in the end, but the table with the highest bid has the chance to get the best dessert!At our last dessert auction, we had truffles, cupcakes, creamy trifle, brownies, a chocolate fondue, pies, and many other fancy desserts... come see what we have this year, support a great program, and in the process, get the most delicious dessert!We will also have music and drinks to go with your dessert, and an art auction so you can pick up something nice for Valentine's Day! Space is limited so reserve your tickets today!
You can also buy 6 or 8 tickets at a time to "reserve a table" -- just mention the name of your table in the notes when you reserve your tickets. If you come without a table, don't worry, we'll add you to one. There is strength in numbers!

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1120 20th St. W.
Station 20 West, Saskatoon, SK S7M0Y8

7 février 2016
dimanche, 7 février 2016 6:59 Après-midi (HNE)

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Next Up Saskatchewan

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Next Up is a leadership program for young people aged 18 to 32 who are committed to social and environmental justice. Next Up participants come from diverse backgrounds with leadership aspirations in the non-profit sector, local business, the environmental movement, First Nation and Métis communities, immigrant and refugee settlement, communities of faith, and many others. This program provides skills of storytelling, conflict transformation, media training, and more. Since 2010, we have had the pleasure of watching just over 100 participants and alumni in Saskatoon grow their eadership skills – they are all impacting our province in positive ways with the tools they learned and the relationships they built through Next Up!