CJWW is proud to sponsor the 54th Kinsmen Sports Celebrity Dinner presented by Mosaic.Friday, February 7th at TCU Place.Featuring the living legend Bobby Orr.The Master of Ceremonies for the evening is Dennis Hull.This event is 80% sold out so get your tickets today.Tickets are available at www.kcos.caThe Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon have been an integral part of the community since 1928.In the past year they have raised and put back into the community close to $1 million dollars.
Join CJWW’s Sharon Jacobs and Holly Cow at the Enchanted Forest Tea House, Wednesday, December 11th from 5p-9pm as we broadcast live.Stop by with a cash donation or new unwrapped toy for CJWW Denny Carr’s Secret Santa and receive a packet a Tim Horton’s coffee!The Enchanted Forest is celebrating their 15th Crystal Anniversary of Making Spirits Bright.For more information check out enchanted-forest.org
CJWW and Advocis are once again teaming up for the CJWW Denny Carr`s Secret Santa "Wieners and Beans" fundraiser luncheon.
Monday, December 9th at the Sheraton.
11:30 is registration, luncheon 12pm.
Tickets are $20/person, $150/corporate table of 8.
This year for members they are moving all registrations ONLINE!
If you are not an Advocis member and would like to attend, please call 1-877-773-6765 or email
CJWW Denny Carr’s Secret Santa is celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year and is once again providing 600 less fortunate families with a complete Country Christmas. With help from our generous sponsors, CIBC Wood Gundy, Saskatoon Co-op Food Stores, Maple Leaf Foods and the Caroling Firefighters we will be able to give 600 well-stocked family food hampers along with toys for children 12 and under for Christmas Day.You too can help out by donating:Drop off locations for new, unwrapped toys are as follows: any Saskatoon Co-Op Food Store(Greystone Centre on 8th Street, The Co-Op Marketplace at Attridge, Westview Centre on 33rd Street & the Stonebridge location), The Mall at Lawson Heights, Market Mall, TCU Financial(Ludlow & Arlington locations), City Hall, Conexus Credit Union(8th Street & Circle Drive locations) & here at CJWW(3rd Avenue South)Cash donations in lieu of toys are also greatly appreciated and can be dropped off at City Hall or CJWW. Cheques can be made out to “CJWW Denny Carr’s Secret Santa”.You can donate online through the Secret Santa website, www.saskatoonsecretsanta.caFor more information check our website or call Secret Santa's Executive Director Nicole Semko at 306-290-8040
CJWW is proud to be a sponsor of The BHP Billiton Enchanted Forest Holiday Light Tour.Celebrating their 15th Crystal Anniversary of Making Spirits Bright.Opening Saturday, November 23rd(Open Now) until January 11th nightly from 5:30pm-11p.Don’t miss out on the Blue Cross Light Walk Friday, November 22nd(tonight) 6p-9p and again on the last day Sunday, January 12th, 5:30p-9pm.Advance car passes are $25 and are available at Safeway, Shoppers Drug Mart and Midtown Plaza Guest Services Kiosk.Admission at the gate is $8 per person/$30 per car maximum of 7 passengers. Cash only at the gate kiosk.All proceeds to the Saskatoon City Hospital and the Saskatoon Zoo FoundationsFor more information check out enchanted-forest.orgListen to win car passes on CJWW.
CJWW is proud to be a sponsor of Operation Red Nose “Let Rudy Take the Wheel”.This service is available November 29th & 30th, December 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 20th, 21st & 31st for motorists who have been drinking but also for those who don’t feel fit to drive due to fatigue or medication for example.You can call more than once during the course of an evening either to get from one location to another or to simply get home safe! This service runs from 9pm to 3am.The service is free however donations are accepted and are turned over in full to local organizations supporting youth.Call 306-260-7515 to use this fantastic service. For more information or to volunteer check out www.operationrednose.sklions.ca
CJWW is proud to sponsor the 2014 Sask Women in Ag calendar.This calendar promotes the Ag Industry by showcasing smart, talented women of all ages, backgrounds and professions.They are being sold for Ag in the Classroom, a non-profit organization that helps teachers in the classrooms teach children about where their food comes from, farm safety and the impact agriculture has on them.These calendars are being sold throughout local communities as well as through their website at www.womeninag.ca and cost $20.Follow this amazing group on twitter and on Facebook Saskatchewan Women in Ag.