May is finally upon us... and what did we get.... SNOW in some parts of Saskatchewan. It is an exciting week to kick off May.
The WHL will be hosting a media conference in Saskatoon tomorrow to announce an exciting fundraiser that will be coming through Moose Jaw. Details will follow tomorrow!
The 2011 Bantam Draft goes this Wednesday. Rob MacLachlan, the Warriors Assistant Director of Hockey Operations and Director of Scouting will be in Calgary along with Alan Millar for the draft. The Warriors have the 14th overall pick as well as 3 picks in the second round. More details to follow on the draft in the coming days.
The WHL Awards go on Wednesday. The Warrriors have one player up for an award in Spencer Edwards for the Humanitarian of the Year. The Awards and draft will be broadcasted live on http://www.whl.ca/; so follow along.
NHL playoffs continued this weekend. Tampa Bay called up former Warriors Blair Jones for game 2 of the series. Former Warriors Pavel Kubina is out with an injury. Tampa is up 2 games on the Capitals. Former tribe member, Brooks Laich had a goal and an assist in yesterdays OT loss.
The Sharks are up 2 games on the Red Wings. Vancouver and Nashville are tied 1-1. Boston took a 1-0 series lead.
It is spring cleaning week in Moose Jaw-- help keep our City clean and bright. The landfilll has free entry for the next two weeks.
The Family Firrst Radiothon starts in Moose Jaw on May 5th and 6th. At the Moose Jaw Health Foundation and 800 CHAB family comes first. Donations to the fifth annual Family First Radiothon will provide the best chemotherapy equipment in Canada for patients battling cancer at the Moose Jaw Union Hospital. The Radiothon provides everyone in the community with the opportunity to show how much they care about friends and family who are battling cancer.
The need is growing - the number of chemotherapy treatments at the Moose Jaw Union Hospital has increased by 35% in the last three years. Last year, nearly 1,000 chemotherapy treatments helped patients battling cancer at our hospital. Chances are your life or someone you care about has been affected by cancer.
The Moose Jaw Health Foundation needs your help to raise over $150,000 for new chemotherapy equipment to help patients win the fight of their life.
Please donate to the Moose Jaw Health Foundation on 800 CHAB on May 5th and 6th to help medical professionals in the Day Surgery Unit deliver the best care for chemotherapy patients at the Moose Jaw Health Foundation.