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Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Thunder Bay 2020

Energy 103 104 is proud to support the Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Thunder Bay 2020

February 25-29, 2020

The Special Olympics Canada Winter Games will be held in Thunder Bay February 25-29, 2020 at various locations throughout the city.

About Special Olympics Canada:
Established in 1969, the Canadian chapter of this international movement is dedicated to enriching the lives of Canadians with an intellectual disability through the transformative power and joy of sport. Operating out of sport clubs in 12 provincial and territorial Chapters, this grassroots movement reaches beyond the sphere of sport to empower individuals, change attitudes and build communities. From two-year-olds to mature adults, more than 45,000 athletes with an intellectual disability are registered in Special Olympics year-round programs across Canada. They are supported by more than 21,000 volunteers, including more than 16,000 trained coaches.

About the Games:
1200 athletes, coaches, managers and mission staff
800 friends and family
500 volunteers
60 technical officials
50 special Olympics Canada family and sponsors
8 events
5 days

Events:
Alpine Skiing- taking place at Loch Lomand
Cross Country Skiing- taking place at Kamview Nordic Centre
Curling- taking place at Fort William Curling Club
Figure Skating- taking place at Thunder Bay Tournament Centre
Floor Hockey- taking place at Lakehead University C.J Sanders Fieldhouse
Snowshoeing- taking place at Chapples Golf Course
Speed Skating- taking place at Delany Arena
Five-Pin Bowling- taking place at Galaxy Lanes

Schedule:
The Opening Ceremonies of the 2020 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games will be held on Tuesday, February 25 at the Fort William Gardens,  where they will kick off the festivities by showcasing the true spirit of the Special Olympics movement.
A full event schedule of each event can be found at www.specialolympics2020.com

Draft an Athlete
Sponsor a special Olympics athlete. Make a dream
The Draft an Athlete program helps support the cost for each and every athlete, one at a time. A $500 donation will draft one athlete to participate in the games, but more importantly nit will let one athlete live their dream of participating
To donate visit www.specialolympics2020.com

Volunteering:
Volunteer registration for the games will open in Fall 2019!
If you are looking for a planning position on a Committee and have time to dedicate to organizing the Games, please email volunteer@specialolympics2020.com and someone will contact you!

 

Magnus Theatre 2019/2020 Season

Energy 103 104 is proud to support Magnus Theatre 2019/2020 Season!
September 12, 2019- May 2, 2020
Magnus Theatre is very happy to announce an exciting season of comedy, drama and music for 2019-2020.
“I am absolutely thrilled to present this Mainstage Season to our patrons,” says Thom Currie, now entering his third year as Magnus Theatre’s Artistic Director. “We have assembled a season for everyone, and I guarantee that your next visit to Magnus Theatre will always be a different experience than your last.”
Currie continues, “Magnus Theatre is one of the landmarks of Thunder Bay and one of the great regional theatres of North America.   As such, we have a responsibility to program for everybody, offering a season that delivers different experiences each time a patron walks through the door.  Whether you are a long time subscriber attending our gala evenings or a student coming to a Sunday Pay What You Can for the first time, I encourage you to come and enjoy the Magnus Theatre experience.  There is nothing like it.”
Tickets for the Mainstage Season at Magnus Theatre are available immediately.  Subscriptions and Flexi-Packs can be purchased online at www.magnustheatre.com or by contacting the Box Office at 807-345-5552
 

Show 1: SHOUT! The Mod Musical- September 12-October 5, 2019.
The Mainstage Season kicks off with SHOUT! The Mod Musical, by Phillip George and David Lowenstein.  Featuring some of the greatest hit songs of all time, SHOUT!  takes audiences back to the music, style and freedom of the 1960s, featuring terrific new arrangements of such classic tunes as "To Sir with Love," "Downtown,"  and "Son of a Preacher Man."  SHOUT! The Mod Musical runs from September 12-October 5, 2019.
“This show is a lot of fun,” declares Currie. “Magnus has a great tradition in this style of show,  where a style of music is explored over the course of an evening.  I know that Thunder Bay will be on its feet for SHOUT!”
 

Show 2: This Is How We Got Here- October 24-November 9, 2019.
The second show of the season will be This Is How We Got Here by Keith Barker.  A heart wrenching drama about a family dealing with loss and working to maintain the ties that keep them together. Shortlisted for the 2018 Governor General’s Literary Award for drama, This Is How We Got Here runs October 24-November 9, 2019.
“This Is How We Got Here is an incredibly touching play,” Currie says. “Written by a playwright from our region, I am so happy to be able to bring this work to Thunder Bay.”
 

Show 3: It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play- December 5-21, 2019.
Closing out the year, the Magnus stage will be transformed into a 1940s radio station with It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, adapted from the beloved holiday classic movie by Joe Landry. With an ensemble bringing dozens of characters to the stage, the story of idealistic George Bailey will delight family audiences for the holiday season, running December 5-21, 2019.
“As a storyteller, I have always loved Christmas movies,” the Artistic Director enthuses. “To be able to bring this one to the stage at Magnus is magical.”
 

Show 4: The Birds And the Bees - January 30-February 15, 2020.
The first play of 2020 will be The Birds And the Bees by Mark Crawford, a laugh out loud comedy about a woman who has  just moved back in with her beekeeper  mother following a failed marriage. Their lives are complicated by beehive troubles, an eccentric neighbor, and a handsome young researcher.  The Birds And The Bees runs January 30-February 15, 2020.
“Mark Crawford is fast becoming one of the great Canadian comedic playwrights. We had a great time with Bed And Breakfast in 2017, and I know that Magnus audiences will love this new play.”
 

Show 5: Cottagers And Indians- March 12-28, 2020
The wit and wisdom of Drew Hayden Taylor returns to the Magnus stage with one of his latest plays, Cottagers And Indians.  An Indigenous man has taken it upon himself to repopulate his local lakes with wild rice, much to the disapproval of the cottagers, many of whom  feel the plant interferes with boating, fishing, swimming, and is generally an eyesore that brings down the property values.  This comedy is produced with Tarragon Theatre from Toronto, and runs March 12-28, 2020.
“Magnus Theatre has a great history with playwright and humourist Drew Hayden Taylor, from Berlin Blues to Crees In The Caribbean,” says Currie. “I am always thrilled to have one  of his plays as part of our season.”
 

Show 6: Screwball Comedy- April 16-May 2, 2020.
The 2019-2020 Mainstage Season ends with Screwball Comedy, from the pen of Norm Foster.  Set in 1938, this fast-paced comedy is the story of a young woman trying to break into the male-dominated world of newspaper journalism.  Homage to the zany screwball comedies of the 1930s, this play is full of snappy dialogue, outrageous characters, and humour that packs a punch, running April 16-May 2, 2020.
“Norm Foster is Canada’s most produced playwright,” Currie says.  “His plays are a delight, and I know that Thunder Bay audiences will enjoy this show.”
 

LU Thunderwolves Hockey 2019-2020 Season

Energy 103 104 is proud to support the LU Thunderwolves Hockey 2019-2020 Season

With the 2019-2020 season quickly approaching us, LU Thunderwolves Hockey season tickets are on sale now!

Visit or call the gardens box office today at 625 - 2929. 

Visit the Thunderwovles Hockey website or check out their  Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages for more information.

Season tickets:
• Guaranteed seats for all games including the Christmas Challenge
• Save money versus buying single-game tickets
• No waiting in long lineups
• Discount coupon for Thunderwolves apparel sold at the Fort William Gardens
• First right of refusal for purchasing playoff tickets
• Option for seat renewal at the end of the season
Prices (HST extra):
• Adults $209.99
• Seniors 65 & older $189.99
• Full-time students (with valid student I.D.) $99.99
• Children 16 & under $99.99
Single-game tickets:
Purchase tickets at the Fort William Gardens box office for the regular season and non-conference games.
Prices:
• Adults $14.00
• Full-time students (with valid student I.D.) $9.00
• Children 16 & under $9.00
Call the Fort William Gardens box office at (807) 625-2929 for more information.
Group sales for single-game tickets:

Groups of 15 to 49:
• Adults $11.00
• Students & Children $7.00
Groups of 50 or more:
• Adults $10.00
• Students & Children $7.00
2018-2019 Schedule: ( Home games in bold)
DATE TIME OPPONENT
Fri Sep 20 7:00 PM VS LAURENTIAN VOYAGEURS
Sat Sep 21 7:00 PM VS LAURENTIAN VOYAGEURS
Fri Sep 27 7:00 PM VS GUELPH GRYPHONS
Sat Sep 28 7:00 PM VS GUELPH GRYPHONS
Thu Oct 03 7:00 PM at Waterloo Warriors
Fri Oct 04 7:05 PM at Laurier Golden Hawks
Sat Oct 05 7:05 PM at Laurier Golden Hawks
Fri Oct 11 7:30 PM at Laurentian Voyageurs
Sat Oct 12 7:30 PM at Laurentian Voyageurs
Fri Oct 18 7:00 PM VS WINDSOR LANCERS
Sat Oct 19 7:00 PM VS WINDSOR LANCERS
Fri Oct 25 7:00 PM VS TORONTO VARSITY BLUES
Sat Oct 26 7:00 PM VS TORONTO VARSITY BLUES
Fri Nov 08 7:00 PM VS CONCORDIA STINGERS
Sat Nov 09 7:00 PM VS CONCORDIA STINGERS
Thu Nov 14 7:00 PM at Waterloo Warriors
Fri Nov 15 7:15 PM at Ryerson Rams
Sat Nov 16 7:15 PM at Ryerson Rams
Fri Nov 22 7:00 PM VS LAURIER GOLDEN HAWKS
Sat Nov 23 7:00 PM VS LAURIER GOLDEN HAWKS
Sun Dec 29 7:00 PM VS NIPISSING LAKERS
Mon Dec 30 7:00 PM VS NIPISSING LAKERS
Fri Jan 03 2:00 PM at Guelph Gryphons
Sat Jan 04 7:30 PM at Guelph Gryphons
Fri Jan 10 7:15 PM at York Lions
Sat Jan 11 7:15 PM at York Lions
Fri Jan 17 7:00 PM VS WESTERN MUSTANGS
Sat Jan 18 7:00 PM VS WESTERN MUSTANGS
Fri Jan 24 7:30 PM at Windsor Lancers
Sat Jan 25 7:00 PM at Western Mustangs
Fri Jan 31 7:00 PM VS BROCK BADGERS
Sat Feb 01 7:00 PM VS BROCK BADGERS
Fri Feb 07 7:00 PM VS WATERLOO WARRIORS
Sat Feb 08 7:00 PM VS WATERLOO WARRIORS

LU Athletics Basketball and Volleyball 2019/2020 season

Energy 103 104 is proud to sponsor LU Athletics Basketball and Volleyball 2019/2020 season.

Come out and cheer on your Men and Women’s LU Thunderwolves Basketball teams and LU Women’s Volleyball Team as they battle for top spot this season!

Basketball
Ticket Prices:
Adults - $10.00
Seniors & Students -$6.00
Kids 5 and under - Free
Adult Season Tickets - $165 (including hst)
Senior Season Tickets - $100 (including hst)
Student Season Tickets - $100 ( including tax)

Schedule:

Women’s Basketball 2019/2020 Season Schedule:

October 3/4/5 - Homecoming –LU Women Basketball vs. Manitoba, Zanatta Alumni Games
October 18/19 – LU Women's Basketball Tournament vs. Memorial, Algoma & Winnipeg
October 25/26 – LU Women Basketball vs McMaster
November- LU Women’s Basketball vs. Waterloo
November 9- LU Woman’s Basketball vs. Laurier
November 29/30 – LU Woman’s Basketball vs. York
January 24-LU Woman’s Basketball vs. Laurentian
January 25-LU Woman’s Basketball & vs. Nipissing
February 14- LU Woman’s Basketball vs. UOIT
February 16 –LU Woman’s Basketball vs. Queens (Seniors night)

Men’s Basketball  201892020 Home Schedule: 

October 3/4/5 - Homecoming – LU Men’s Basketball vs. Winnipeg Zanatta Alumni Games
October 25/26 – LU Men’s Basketball vs McMaster
November 8- LU Men’s Basketball vs. Waterloo
November 9- LU Men’s Basketball vs. Laurier
November 29/30 – LU Men’s Basketball  vs. York
January 24- LU Men’s Basketball vs. Laurentian
Jan 25-LU Men’s Basketball  vs. Nipissing
February 14- LU Men’s Basketball  vs. UOIT
February 15- LU Men’s Basketball vs. Queens (Seniors night)

Volleyball
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Schedule:

Women’s Volleyball 2019/2020 Home Season Schedule:
October 3/4/5 - Homecoming – LU Woman’s Volleyball
November 2 - LU Woman’s Volleyball vs. York
November 9- LU Woman’s Volleyball vs. Western
November 10- LU Woman’s Volleyball vs. Western
7. November 16 - LU Woman’s Volleyball vs. Nipissing
8. November 23 - LU Woman’s Volleyball vs. Queens
January 25- LU Woman’s Volleyball vs Windsor
January 26- LU Woman’s Volleyball vs. Windsor
February 8 - LU Woman’s Volleyball vs. RMC
February 15-  LU Woman’s Volleyball vs. Brock
February 16- LU Woman’s Volleyball vs. Brock (Seniors Night)

Thunder Bay Mitsubishi’s Save-a-Heart Car Raffle in support of the Northern Cardiac Fund

Energy 103 104 is proud to support Thunder Bay Mitsubishi’s Save-a-Heart Car Raffle in support of the Northern Cardiac Fund
 

1st prize: 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, valued at $35,600.
2nd prize: Trip for two to anywhere that Porter Airlines flies
3rd prize: Panasonic entertainment package, from the Power Centre.
Draw date is Jan 9

Tickets are $20 each or three for $50

Available at Thunder Bay Mitsubishi, Balmoral Park Acura, the foundation donation centre at the hospital, J&J Sports, the Porter Airlines counter at the Thunder Bay International Airport and the Power Centre.
 

13th Annual Gear Up for Outdoors Spread the Warmth Winter Coat Drive in support of the Shelter house

Energy 103 104 is proud to be support the 13th Annual Gear Up for Outdoors Spread the Warmth Winter Coat Drive in support of the Shelter house Thunder Bay and Precious Bundles

Presented by Gear up for Outdoors and The Keg Steakhouse and Bar
The days are getting shorter and colder…  let’s get ready to "Spread the Warmth"
Living in Thunder Bay you need a winter jacket… no ifs, ands or buts!  Right now, you can help yourself by helping others. 
12 years ago, the staff at Gear Up for Outdoors initiated the Winter Coat Drive, The coat drive being a program to help those less fortunate in our community to overcome the cold winter season.

The Winter Coat Drive has collected over 1014 Jackets for the two local organizations Precious Bundles and Shelter House Thunder Bay.

Between now and December 20 , Bring in a clean, gently used jacket to Gear up for Outdoors and you’ll receive 15% off a new winter jacket. Every donated jacket will also receive a ballot to win 1 of 6, $100 dollar gift certificates from the Keg Steakhouse and Bar.  ( Draw Date for Keg gift cards: Saturday, December 21)

TBRHSF Our Hearts at Home Campaign

Energy 103 104 is proud to support the TBRHSF Our Hearts at Home Campaign

October 16 through May 2020

The Our Hearts At Home Cardiovascular Campaign raises funds that are specifically directed to the cardiovascular surgery program at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre.

Where else in Ontario do you need to drive a day (or more) to access cardiac surgery? Nowhere. Thunder Bay is the only major city in Ontario where access to cardiac surgery is a day’s drive away or more. No one else in the province lacks this critical access. No one. Even in comparable cities like Sudbury, people can have cardiac surgery. Immediately. Not ‘in a few hours’. Not ‘in a few weeks’. Immediately.

It’s time for us to create local access for people who have the highest need for both cardiac and vascular surgery. To guarantee that care is unquestionably world-class. It’s time for us to keep families together when faced with an incredibly stressful situation. To help patients be supported as they undergo a life-saving procedure. It’s time for us to ensure patients can choose surgery without having to question whether they can afford to travel or whether their companions can afford to accompany them. To remove long-distance travel from the equation.

It’s our time-  Time to bring a full Cardiovascular Surgery Program to Thunder Bay!

It is the last missing piece of the healthcare puzzle in Northwestern Ontario. You can make the Our Hearts At Home Cardiovascular Campaign a success so that patients have access to closer-to-home cardiovascular care, shorter recoveries and a much better overall quality of life.

Our hearts are in your hands.

Our Hearts at Home Cardiovascular Campaign Launch Breakfast & Media Conference
Join us as we kickoff the Our Hearts At Home Cardiovascular Campaign with a full buffet breakfast at the Victoria Inn.
Wednesday, 16 October 2019 from 7:30 AM 9:00 AM
Doors open at 7:30 a.m.
Breakfast available 7:30 - 8:15 a.m.
Formal remarks 8:15 - 9:00 a.m.
Ticket Sales for this event are closed

 

St. John Ambulance Operation Red Nose

Energy 103 104 is proud to sponsor the Annual St. John Ambulance Operation Red Nose

St. John Ambulance is proud to be hosting Operation Red Nose in Thunder Bay for our 11th year! In Thunder Bay, Operation Red Nose is hosted by St. John Ambulance.  With a mission to enable Canadians to improve their health, safety and quality of life by providing training and community service Operation Red Nose is the perfect complement to both achieve that goal and at the same time raise funds for other valuable health and safety programs.

Operation Red Nose is now in the process of recruiting Volunteers!!!!

Operation Red Nose Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteers for this is extremely important to the campaign. Operation Red Nose encourages responsible behavior with regard to impaired driving by enabling communities to provide a free and confidential chauffeur service to their members, the financial benefits of which are redistributed to local organizations dedicated to youth. This campaign cannot be completed without volunteer support so we are again asking you for your help.
There are many volunteer opportunities available such as: Dispatch, Phone Operators, Headquarters, Mascot, Road Volunteers, and Committee Members. You can volunteer as an individual or with a group. Talk to your company or organization about volunteering, St. John Ambulance would be happy to make a presentation to your office or workplace to get participants to sign up! In order to volunteer for Operation Red Nose, you must first fill out a volunteer application form which can be found on the website: www.rednosetbay.com
How Operation Red Nose Works
You’ve gone to a house party or your office Christmas party or just out to the bar for a drink and it’s time to go home, but you do not feel comfortable driving. Call our Headquarters and a team of 3 will come and drive you home safely in your own car. Two people will get in your car with you and the third person will follow behind. Your car will be parked in your driveway and you will be escorted to your door. We’ll even drive your babysitter home (as long as one parent comes with us). This is a FREE* confidential service provided by hundreds of volunteers whose main concern is the safety of our roads. *Those receiving rides may make a voluntary donation to Operation Red Nose.*

Need a ride home?

If you need a ride home call Operation Red Nose! Dial 683-NOSE (6673) between 9:00pm and 3:00am on the service dates:
November 29, November 30
December 5, 6, 7
December 12, 13, 14
December 19, 20, 21
December 26, 27, 28

This service is free, however donations are gratefully accepted.

Call when you are ready to go home. Rides will be provided in the order in which calls are received. A team of three Red Nose volunteers will pick you up and drive you in your own vehicle to the destination of your choice, for free.

For more information on Operation Red Nose, please visit www.rednosetbay.com

Gore Motors Toy Odyssey in support of the Faye Peterson Transition House

Energy 103 104 is proud to support the 20th Annual  Gore Motors Toy Odyssey in support of the Faye Peterson Transition House

Donate a toy in support of the Faye Peterson Transition House. Together we can remain committed to making Christmas a little brighter.

New unwrapped toy donations can be dropped off at Gore Motors Honda from November 1st until December 16th

Other items needed:

Infant/Toddler items:
Play toys, sippy cups, wipes, diapers, baby wash, shampoo, lotion

Children’s items:
Socks, underwear, slippers, pajamas,  board games, craft supplies, fun pillows, fleece throws, Lego Sets, Movie/bowling/swimming passes

Teen items:
Movie/bowling/swimming passes, makeup kits, toiletry kits

Women’s items:
Slippers, pajama’s,  hair dryers, gift certificates ( grocery stores), umbrella, journals, photo albums, picture frames, bus passes/tickets, Tea Towels

Thunder Bay Fire Fighters' Toys for Tots 2019 Campaign

Energy 103 104 is proud to support the Thunder Bay Fire Fighters' Toys for Tots 2019 Campaign!

The Toys for Tots  campaign will launch Friday, November 15 at noon at Intercity and will run until Monday, December 23

Toys for Tots is a charitable project of the Thunder Bay Professional Firefighters Association. The mission of Toys for Tots is to ensure that children living in poverty in our community will receive a gift on Christmas Day. This unique and successful initiative on the part of local firefighters is more than 50 years old, and represents a volunteer effort of hundreds of off-duty man hours.

Starting Friday, November 15 at noon off-duty firefighters will staff a “toy” fire station in the Food Court of Intercity Shopping Centre. Monetary donations can be presented there until Monday,  December 23

The Firefighters’ Toys for Tots Committee operates under the umbrella of the Christmas Cheer Fund which is a registered charity. All monetary funds donated are held in trust for Christmas Cheer. Tax receipts are issued. When possible, toys are purchased through local suppliers. Toys are selected to be age appropriate, durable, have lasting play value, and require minimum parental input (e.g., batteries, assembly, accessories, etc.)

The age of children receiving gifts ranges from infant to 16 years. Adolescent children might receive presents of clothing or other necessities.

For more information on the campaign visit: http://www.tbaytoysfortots.ca/
 

Anemki Unity Winter Classic

Energy 103 104 is proud to support the Anemki Unity Winter Classic

“Building Brighter Futures for our Communities”

February 13-16 at Fort William First Nation Arenas

The Anemki Unity Winter Classic is a new tournament designed to bring First Nation and Non-First Nation players together during Family Day Weekend. There is an opportunity in Thunder Bay, for a new tournament to provide kids with some great sport and activity during their time off. The tournament will also provide some new economic development to our community.

-Tyke, Novice, Atom & Pee Wee Divisions
-Girls Bantam & Girls Midget
-Boys Bantam & Boys Midget

Online Registration is now open and FREE ( until December 31st)  at : www.anemkiunity.com/winterclassic

Team Registration: $300(after December 31)
Player Registration:$ 25(after December 31)
 

Christmas cards in support of the

Mme Guarasci's 5th grade at St. Bernard class is selling Christmas cards in support of the
Canadian Winter Special Olympics Draft An Athlete Program. Our goal is to draft a whole team of athletes. We will need to sell 500 cards in order to do this. We are selling them at Fresh Air, Rolling Thunder, Ungalli, The Loop, and at the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board office. The cards cost one for $4 or four for $15.

25th annual Santa Bus in support of the Thunder Bay Food Bank

Energy 103 104 is proud to support the 25th annual Santa Bus in support of the Thunder Bay Food Bank

The Santa Bus is coming!
Help Transit Services and the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 966 stuff the bus with donations in support of The Thunder Bay Food Bank. 
The 25th Annual Santa Bus will be at No Frills on Edward Street, Saturday December 14th from 12 till 8pm, and at the Arthur Street Metro Store on Sunday December 15th from 12 to 8pm. Drop off non-perishable food items and stuff the bus in support of the Thunder Bay Food Bank.
Cash donations also accepted. 
And you can donate non-perishable food items on any City Transit bus including Lift buses this week. 
Stuff the bus!  Feed the Need. 

Rock 94 will be Live on Location at No Frills on Edward Street from 12p-4p on Saturday, December 14
 

Teen Challenge Sled for Eternity

Energy 103 104 is proud to support Teen Challenge Sled for Eternity

THUNDER BAY RIDE - February 1, 2020 - Kakabeka Falls

Join us for our annual snowmobile ride in support of Adult & Teen Challenge Thunder Bay. Registration includes ride participation, trail permit, meals (coffee/refreshments in morning, lunch & dinner buffet), a promo item (if you sign up before online cutoff), a chance at some great checkpoint draw prizes and awesome fundraising prizes! Register and start fundraising early for your chance to win the grand prize of a 2019 Polaris Assault 850!
DETAILS

February 1 2020 | 8:30am-10am Registration
Start/End @ Kakabeka Falls Legion
Rider Registration $75 before January 12th ($100 after) | Passenger Registration $50
PRIZES:
TOP FUNDRAISING PRIZE- 2019 Polaris Assault 850 (Awarded to the rider with the highest fundraising total)
BONUS DRAW PRIZE- Best Buy TV (Receive one draw ticket for every $100 raised) (10 tickets max)
CHECKPOINT PRIZES: Every registered rider is eligible for the checkpoint draw prizes. Ballot boxes are available at each stop.
FUNDRAISER PRIZES: Everyone who raises more than $250 in addition to the registration fee will receive a prize! The highest fundraiser wins the top prize.
BONUS DRAW PRIZE: Receive one ticket for every $100 raised (max 10 tickets
For more info visit : www.teenchallenge.tc/sledtbay

ROBIN'S MINOR HOCKEY CLASSIC TOURNAMENT

Energy 103 104 is proud to support the ROBIN'S MINOR HOCKEY CLASSIC TOURNAMENT January 16-19, 2020

ROBIN'S MINOR HOCKEY CLASSIC TOURNAMENT- January 16-19 2020

Port Arthur Minor Hockey Association is Celebrating its 44th Annual Thunder Bay Amateur Minor Hockey Tournament.

In that time, Robin's has been our Official Premier Sponsor for Over 29 Years.  The Robin's Tournament is One of Canada's Largest Minor Hockey Tournaments with Over 150 Teams each year in all Divisions from IP1 to Midget AA.

Please note: ROBINS ONLINE TEAM REGISTRATION - Divisions are almost All Full

Come out between January 16-19 to see exciting games with teams from Thunder Bay and the region taking place at arenas throughout the city.
Great hockey fun from I P One to Midget double A.

Proceeds support the Port Arthur Minor Hockey Association and Pro Kids of Thunder Bay.
Visit Robinstournament.ca for a hockey schedule.
Admission is FREE!
 

St Joseph’s Foundation A Picture is Worth 1000 Words

Energy 103 104 is proud to support  St Joseph’s Foundation A Picture is Worth 1000 Words.

You’ve probably heard the saying a picture is worth a thousand words.

But for clients of St. Joseph’s Care Group, their families, and the staff at St. Joseph’s Hospital a ‘picture’ in diagnostic imaging is worth so much more. St. Joseph’s Hospital is facing a critical and urgent need.
That’s why we’re launching our picture is worth a thousand words campaign to raise funds for new diagnostic imaging tools. With new x-ray and ultrasound equipment, we can perform life changing diagnostic services on-site so our clients can live free from pain, anxiety and distress.

The x-ray and ultrasound machines currently in use at the hospital are over 20 years old. Without up-to-date equipment, staff are unable to perform vital diagnostic services on-site and so, in many cases, it’s necessary to transport clients off-site. For many people, this might not sound so bad. But consider, many clients in care may have cognitive difficulties, such as Alzheimer’s or dementia; or mobility issues, and some may have difficulties communicating. All of which can make it virtually impossible for them to describe their pain or discomfort. Add to that the stress and disorientation of being transported away from the familiar surroundings of St. Joseph’s Hospital.

The cost of new ultrasound and X-ray machines is $200,000.00. Donations in support of our campaign will bring us one step closer to purchasing this essential equipment, enabling us to perform vital diagnostic imaging on-site.
You can help. For every dollar donated before December 31st, we’ll donate two.

Visit www.sjftb.net/donate to give care where it’s needed most.

If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is a diagnostic image worth? To the clients of St. Joseph’s hospital, it’s worth so much more!