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KidSport raffle aims for sellout

A custom-built playhouse-garden shed is the grand prize in the 2019 KidSport raffle. At the ticket launch on May 3 were Lions Club members Syl Serblowski, Carol Conrad, Geoff Passey, Doug Ward, A&W owners Brian and Bernice Buffin, Clark’s Crossing Gazette publisher Terry Jenson and Martensville KidSport Coordinator Angie Reddekopp.

Organizers of the fifth annual KidSport raffle are confident that all 7,000 tickets will be sold before the big draw is held on July 4.

The grand prize in the raffle is a 100-square-foot playhouse  that doubles as a garden shed. Built by Grade 12 students at Martensville High School, the playhouse is valued at about $4,000. Continue reading “KidSport raffle aims for sellout”

Martensville High School students build KidSport Playhouse

Martensville High School students are working to complete the KidSport playhouse by the end of January, when it will be put on display at the Martensville A&W

A group of Grade 12 students at Martensville High School (MHS) are raising the roof.

In a good way.

The students are building a 100-square-foot playhouse for the Martensville and Warman KidSport charity. The playhouse, which is designed to do double-duty as a high-end storage shed, should be completed by the end of January. Continue reading “Martensville High School students build KidSport Playhouse”