Re/Max Blue Chip Realty Family Fun Day to benefit Saskatchewan kids in hospital

RE/MAX just held its 5th annual Family Fun day, with a hot air balloon available to ride, complete with burners and the works.

There was also a giant inflatable dartboard, a bouncy castle, food and all kinds of other great activities for the kids --- and parents too.

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“We started 5 years ago and set a goal to raise $50,000 for the Childrens Miracle Network,” said Doug Jonassen of RE/MAX Blue Chip Realty here in Yorkton.

“This money goes to the Childrens Hospitals of Saskatchewan.

“In the first four years we have raised $45,797.79. So we need to raise $4202.21 this year to reach our goal of $50,000.”

The day exceeded their goal, and over five years the event raised a total $51,565.64. This year's tally was $5 767.85.

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