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KipFit Equipment Sale
Kipling Kipfit Co-operative will be having an exercise equipment and weight sale on Wednesday, July 9, 2014, 7:00 pm at the KipFit building 515 Railway Avenue.
This is a great opportunity for fitness enthusiasts to purchase high quality fitness items!
Heart & Stroke Foundation Big Bike Ride Comes to Kipling!!
The Heart & Stroke Foundation Big Bike Fundraising Ride comes to Kipling on July 16, 2014 leaving from the Kipling Branch of the Plainsview Credit Union at 11:00 am.
As a fundraising event, the Heart & Stroke Foundation Big Bike is coming to Kipling and we would like your support!
Consider sponsoring a rider or participating!
The bike seats 20 riders, riders must be 14 years of age or older and each rider is required to fund raise a minimum of $50. Visit www.bigbike.ca to register. To register with our team, search either Plainsview Credit Union.ca or contact Tami Halvorson. The ride is about 15 minutes and will be followed by a hot dog sale in front of the Plainsview Credit Union.
Additional fundraising in the community are: Raffle tickets are being sold at local businesses with the first prize an iPad Mini, second prize a Plainsview Credit Union gift basket; Plainsview Credit Union is selling bike logos for $2.00, visit the branch for details.
For more information contact Tami Halvorson at 736-2963 or Debbie Hubbard at 736-8115.
All fundraising dollars will be forwarded to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Come out and support this worthwhile cause. Rain or Shine we Ride!!!
Did you know that 9 in 10 Canadians have at least one risk factor for heart disease or stroke? Every 7 minutes this disease claims the life of a Canadian.
The Town of Kipling has now been designated as an eligible assistance area under the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program.
Residents who experienced property damage due to the heavy rainfall on June 28-30th, 2014 may apply for assistance.
The Application Guide and application are available at the Town Office, 301 6th Avenue.
Attention All Residents Affected By Flooding Due to Excessive Rainfall
The Town of Kipling has made application with PDAP, the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program for financial assistance to residents with expenses and damage related to the excess rainfall.
The program does not include sewer back-up claims so you will need to check with your insurance provider if you had sewage issues.
In order to make application for financial assistance under the PDAP program, please ensure that you keep detailed records of your expenses and damages.
Eligible expenses forms are available at the Town office, application forms and eligible expenses are available at http://gr.gov.sk.ca/PDAP .
Residents may now resume normal water usage.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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