The SARCAN depot in Kamsack is having a raffle to raise money for the Sparty Park, the wheelchair accessible playground being built this summer at Victoria School.
Staff at SARCAN Kamsack has a goal set to raise $1,000 to donate to the park, said a release from the Kamsack SARCAN.
“We will be raffling a SARCAN prize pack at the depot,” the release said. Entries for the raffle are $1, and all proceeds will go towards the Sparty Park donation.
The SARCAN prize package will include a cooler, a camping chair, and other SARCAN goodies, including a life-sized autographed cut-out of Saskatchewan Roughrider Rob Bagg.
The draw will be held on October 23 just before the Rider game, it said. A Rob Bagg cut-out will be on display at the Kamsack SARCAN depot until the draw date, as part of the Electronics Product Recycling Association’s “Takeback to Touchdown” campaign.
Persons wishing more information on that contest may visit www.recyclemyelctronics.ca/sk.
“Remember to bring your beverage containers, paint and electronics for recycling at SARCAN this summer and enter to win our contest,” it said. For more information on SARCAN, please visit www.sarcan.ca.