SASKATCHEWAN'S LARGEST INDEPENDENTLY-OWNED COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER
Home



 



Martensville group makes big donation toward new recreation facility

MCRP members present a cheque to the city in the amount of $150,000

The Martensville Community Recreation Project (MCRP) committee has donated $150,000 to the City of Martensville to help fund
a new recreation facility in the community. Continue reading “Martensville group makes big donation toward new recreation facility”

Campaign for second ice surface going strong

Martensville Affinity Credit Union employees present a cheque for $500 to members of the Martensville Community Recreation Project at the city’s outdoor rink on Wednesday, January 24

Jesse Reis is optimistic that in a few years’ time, the second ice surface at Martensville’s hockey arena will be indoors, not outdoors. Continue reading “Campaign for second ice surface going strong”

Martensville Tuff Run raises funds for new ice surface

Martensville Community Recreation Project (MCRP) volunteers are taking a run at a new way of raising funds for a second indoor ice surface.
The “2017 Tuff Run” is a family-oriented event slated for Sunday, August 27, according to MCRP President Jesse Reis. The goal is to add money to the gradually-increasing pot that will eventually go toward a new or expanded facility in the city.
“We put on about five fundraising events over the course of the year,” explained Reis. “Some are larger than others, but they all make a difference.
“This is the first time we’ve organized a family fun run, and hopefully it will become an annual event.”
The MCRP fundraisers collectively contribute between $60,000 and $70,000 every year to the overall account, said Reis. Continue reading “Martensville Tuff Run raises funds for new ice surface”