SaskEnergy and Hyundai Terriers team-up for Kidsport

Donation being made at Tuesdays SJHL game

It’s back – Goals for KidSport presented by your local SaskEnergy Network Members.

This year’s presentation will be made during  Tuesday’s (Feb. 4), Yorrkton Hyundai Terrier game  at Farrell Agencies Arena against the visiting Flin Flon Bombers.

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During the game, the total dollars raised by the Yorkton Terriers from the 2018-2019 season will be presented to KidSport Yorkton and a new SaskEnergy Volunteer Champion will be recognized.

For every home-team goal scored during the regular SJHL season, the program donates $20 to KidSport (up to 1,000 goals).  

Rant Plumbing & Heating is also giving $10 for each home goal scored during the season. 

To-date the Terriers, have contributed more than $10,500 to their local KidSport Chapter through this program.

KidSport assists children of families facing financial obstacles to participate in community sport programs.Participation in sports gives kids the opportunity to learn vital life skills such as teamwork and responsibility.  It also helps build the confidence and character kids need for success in every aspect of their future.

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