Meet Councillor Schafer: Councillor Schafer is married and has 4 boys. He has coached ball and hockey for his boys for years. He joined Council to “be sure our community continues to thrive through this downturn”. He believes there is great leadership already in place and looks forward to working with the greatly talented Council members and administration, moving forward.
Along with the Drive of Lights, the Kindersley Museum has decided to have a small scale online auction for a couple of Christmas items! A big thanks to SaskPower, Terry Bouvier, Diane Fizell, and the Kinsmen Club.
We noticed a quote shared on the Chamber’s page that says “this year buy local or bye local” and that really hits home! Be sure to support ALL Kindersley businesses as much as you can while doing your holiday shopping!
An open letter from the Kindersley Chamber of Commerce Saskatchewan people have all contributed to the safety of our residents by acting responsibly. We all owe an extra debt of gratitude to our healthcare workers who continue to work diligently to care for their patients and ensure their facility safety. We thank them all and salute their efforts! COVID-19 is a real and present danger to human life and as [...]
Meet Councillor Gary Becker: He has lived in Kindersley all his life and has run Long-Horn Oil and Gas for over 15 years. He is a father of 3 children and been involved in several local committees over the years.
VIDEO SHOT IN 2019. We know this year will be a little different, but we're excited to invite you to join us (at a safe distance) for the Museum of Lights Drive Thru edition! The event will be hosted during the first three weekends of December both Friday and Saturday evening from 6pm-10pm. We would like to thank our current sponsors: SaskPower, SaskTel, SaskWater, Town of Kindersley , and Direct [...]
Currently we are eager to see residents from a distance at our 2nd annual Museum of Lights. The event will be hosted during the first three weekends of December both Friday and Saturday evening from 6pm-10pm. Sundays will be reserved for private bookings. We have been working on this project since the end of September and hope to make it our biggest and best outdoor display. This year will be [...]
40 plus years of living in Kindersley has made Councillor Dean Galbraith a firm supporter of community. He has a strong background in business, being the owner of Guppy’s Car and Truck Spa, Water Pure Bottling Co., along with several commercial buildings in Kindersley. He coached Kindersley Minor Hockey for 10 years, was a member of the KMS Hockey Board for 4 years, and also held a brief position with [...]
Mayor Rod Perkins proclaimed Saskatchewan Multicultural Week as November 21 to 29, 2020 in the Town of Kindersley. The theme of the 2020 Saskatchewan Multiculturalism Week is "Building Equitable and Inclusive Communities". The main areas of work in multiculturalism are: 1. Cultural Continuity, 2. Celebration of Diversity, 3. Anti-Racism, 4. Inter-cultural Connections, 5. Integration. Council urges residents to visit www.mcos.ca to find out more information about multiculturalism in Saskatchewan. View [...]
Town Council held their Regular Meeting on Monday, November 16, 2020. The following agenda items were resolved. The Swearing in Ceremony of the Mayor and Councillors for the 2020-2024 term took place at 5pm. Afterwards the first regular meeting of the term commenced. 2.2: The new Council of the Town of Kindersley resolved to adopt the Agenda for the November 16, 2020 Regular Meeting of Council as amended to add: [...]
Meet the Deputy Mayor: Randy Ervine is a local business owner and lifetime resident of Kindersley. He owns Lela’s Music Centre on Main Street, a family-owned business where he has worked for over forty years. Ervine has volunteered/coached on many committees, boards, and sports teams in the past 35 years, most recently the Kindersley Minor Sports and the Downtown Kindersley Association. Being involved in the community in different ways and [...]
Meet the Mayor: Rod Perkins has been a resident of Kindersley for the last 44 years. He spent many years as a partner in the accounting firm Close Perkins and Hauta. He and his wife Pat raised their five children in Kindersley, and he has been involved in many community organizations over the years. A few of these include the Kindersley Chamber of Commerce, the Kindersley Junior Klippers, and Professional [...]
Our snow removal crews plan to work on 2nd Avenue East - more areas to be announced. Thanks again for your patience! Updated Snow removal for today includes: 200 block of 5th Ave East and 600 block of 2nd Ave East (Roadways by Elizabeth School).
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