News - Meetings of 7:22 Breakfast Club

March 22 2006

Submitted by Rick Carlson

Executive Announcements

Dwight Buchholz announced that Vern Reimer will no longer be a member of the club. He has moved to a new position at Centennial Plumbing.

Social Announcements

Mike Jenkins says he will be announcing a Spring Social for the Club at our next meeting.

General Announcements

Mike Jenkins congratulated Jeff Sharp for his fine performance in the recent Brier.

Lyle Burkell thanked members for the club's support over the recent passing of his brother, Ken Burkell. Ken was a former 722 Breakfast Club member.

Lindsay Berglof reminded members about upcoming golf events at the Willows .. assuming the snow disappears.

Milt Taylor at Imagery Photography is involved in a project with CFQC TV to honour contributing people in our community... Photographs of 100 Faces.

Cheryl Tuck-Talon is moving locations. She will be nearer to Mastergraph's offices.

Speaker | Mike Jenkins | Saskatoon Blades Hockey Club

Mike is the Marketing Director for the Saskatoon Blades. The Blades hockey organization has a mission statement that emphasizes commitment to the Saskatoon community. The Blades commit not only money to other charities but also a very significant amount of volunteer hours. They also promote education for their own players ... both in school and in equipping them for life. Any hockey player that plays even a year for the Blades will receive a scholarship for one year or more at school/university on completion.

The Blades believe that the youth in Saskatchewan are our future. Therefore they have various youth-oriented programs. The players work with the RCMP on various youth oriented activities such as drug and alcohol awareness programs. They actually spend time on the streets of Vancouver to witness life on the streets. They also work with the Saskatoon Safety Patroller School Program where they promote and reward young Patroller participants. The level of participation in the program has tripled over the last few years and the Blades are in part responsible for that.

The Blades have an on-ice mentoring program for Saskatchewan aboriginal youth living on reserves.

Mike ended off with announceents about some upcoming Blade games.

Sergeant at Arms

Only a few fines were levied today by Lyle Bauer.

Hidden Hand

Ian Mercer was our Hidden Hand. He shook everyone's hand so no fines.

Pot of Gold Winner

Greg White

Other Business


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