Another winner! A big congratulations to customer Lyle Neuls(Grenfell) for winning a Case IH BBQ from our 2017/2018 Winter Inspection Program! #thankyoufarmers
In picture: Kelly Pusch, Lyle Neuls and Kurt Corscadden
Third's a charm! A big congratulations to customer Warren Anaka for winning a Case IH BBQ from our 2017/2018 Winter Inspection Program! #thankyoufarmers
In picture: Warren Anaka and Kevin Gamracy
And another! A big congratulations to customer Colby Kivol (Kivol Farms LTD) from Bethune Sask for winning a Case IH BBQ from our 2017/2018 Winter Inspection Program! #thankyoufarmers
In picture: Todd Thauberger, Colby Kivol and Cody Kohler
Wow! A big congratulations to customer Blair Yuke (Yuke Family Farms) for winning a Case IH BBQ from our 2017/2018 Winter Inspection Program! Just in time for some warm weather! #thankyoufarmers
In picture: Dennis Zimbowski, Blair Yuke and Dale Scott
A big congratulations to customer Alan Barmby (Milestone, Sask) for winning the Kubota Canada Fridge from the draw at the Regina Spring Home Show 2018! #thankyoufarmers
Together, we stand with #Humboldt by sending our love, thoughts and prayers to all of those affected 💚💛 #JerseyForHumboldt #HumboldtStrong #JerseyDay
(Posted on Kubota Canada's Facebook Page)
Watch Jay drive this monstrous tractor and learn about its innovative engineering with Mitch Kaiser and Lee Klatcher.
Enjoy an all-you-can-eat German buffet and bottomless beer and wine, all while supporting a good cause, at the second annual Sasktober Fest fundraiser this Saturday. All funds raised will go toward the Employability Project — a pre-employment program aimed at connecting youth looking for job opportunities with local businesses.
Run by Street Culture Project, the program is in its second year and helps youth who come from difficult pasts overcome barriers.
“They generally have lacked strong role models for work ethic,” said Kim Sutherland, CEO of Street Culture Project. “Many are second-or-third-generation dependent on social assistance. So they don’t have natural role models that would give them first, a reflection of work ethic and second, ideas of what work looks like — the whole concept of going to work.”
Kevin Gamracy is a service manager at Young’s Equipment in Regina. Last year the company participated in the program, employing a youth approximately 18 years old. The initial placement was meant to last for three weeks, but ended up continuing for more than two months.
“It’s to give the kids a chance,” said Gamracy. “You can’t write everyone off right away.”
Connor Williams did a project on Young’s Equipment, and on Friday he won another competition with it. From here he is one of 20 Saskatchewan kids that need to put together a 3 min video. They will pick 2 out of the 20 kids to present their project in Ottawa. Congrats Connor!
The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced today the addition of Young’s Equipment as a new Mosaic Stadium Founding Partner.
This select group of corporate partners receive lifelong recognition within the new facility and the ability to secure exclusive multi-year sponsorship and partnership assets, naming rights and other activation opportunities with our fans.
“We believe it is extremely important to give back to the communities where we live and work,” said Sean Young, Assistant General Manager. “The Riders are a pillar of this community and with both agriculture and football being cornerstones of life in this province, the fit for Young’s was obvious.”
With an already well-established connection to the Roughriders and the Canadian Football League through its partnership with Kubota, Young’s felt compelled to invest in the new stadium Capital Campaign and cement itself as a Founding Partner.
“To be able to say we are a Founding Partner of new Mosaic Stadium is something we are extremely proud of,” said Young. “Beyond our beloved Riders, the facility will be home to so many great events and will surely be a legacy for our community. We knew we just had to be part of that.”