DR. NOBLE IRWIN REGIONAL HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION
8TH ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF CLASSIC 2014
We are pleased to announce that we are returning this
year as the title sponsor for our 8th year.
In the past years with the help of community and our
sponsors, the event has generated over $185,000 in support.
This year, the tournament will take place on June 6th
at the Elmwood Golf Course.
Mighty Popo Trio: Saturday, September 22
Ontario-based Mighty Popo, a 2007 Canadian Folk Music
Awards winner and Rwandan-Burundian refugee/survivor, plays
music steeped in African tradition with a graceful connection to
rock, blues, jazz and rhythm and blues. Experience the mix of
traditional, reggae, folk and rock and roll flavors all in one performance.
2011-2012 AND 2012-2013 PLATINUM SPONSORS, AAA Midget Girls Hockey Team
SWIFT CURRENT DIAMOND ENERGY WILDCATS
Dr, Noble Irwin Charity Golf Classic
$6,000 donation 2012
Returning as title sponsors for our sixth year. The
tournament took place on Friday, June 8, 2012 at
Elmwood Golf Course with 140 golfers.
Over the past six years, with the generous help of our sponsors, this annual fundraising effort has generated close to $140,000.00 in gross revenues.
Swift Current Broncos Hall of Fame Inductee, Joe Sakic
The major evening sponsors for the August 6, 2011 Swift Current Broncos Hall of Fame Banquet, Fraser Kochan representing RBC Dominion Securities, and Diamond Energy Services President Butch Gering helped unveil the wall plaque to formally induct Joe Sakic
Dr, Noble Irwin
Charity Golf Classic
$6,000 donation April 6, 2011
We are pleased to be returning for our fifth year as tournament sponsors for the Dr. Noble Irwin Regional Healthcare Foundation Annual Charity Golf Classic.
Over the past four years this annual fundraising effort has generated over $71,750.00 in gross revenues.
April 6, 2011
Roger Mirka presents a cheque
for $1,500 from RBC Foundations
to the Ponteix Volunteer Fire Department
to help purchase emergency equipment.
On Tim Hortons Camp Day, June 2, 2010, every coffee you buy, youre donating to the Tim Horton Childrens Foundation. Every penny from Tim Hortons coffee today will be donated to help less fortunate kids go to camp. These camps increase childrens self-confidence, self-esteem, and teach them leadership skills. This year the Tim Horton Childrens Foundation will send over 14,000 deserving kids to camp, but hope to send many more with your support. According to the Tim Hortons Website, $9.4 million CDN was raised on Camp Day in 2009. Roger Mirka, Toni Klink and Fraser Kochan lend a hand here at Tim Hortons in Swift Current, pretty much getting in the way learning to make and serve coffee.
Rick Panko, Fire Chief of Ponteix Volunteer fire Department receives $1,500 from Roger Mirka, Investment Advisor to help buy new radio equipment.
And Joyce Goodhand receives $1,500 from Dorene Bymoen, Associate, to help fund the Crisis Line.
Mike Schafer, Fire Chief for Kincaid and rural area, accepts this $4,000 donation to help them build a new firehall.
Sonja Fortney Accepts our $2,500 donation
for the MS SuperCities Walk
This $1,500 donation helped send some Scouts to their
100th celebration Canadian Jamboree in Montreal.
As Tournament Sponsor for the Dr. Noble Irwin Regional Healthcare Foundation
1st Annual Charity Reunion Golf Classic, we were able to help raise money to complete
the building of Rotary House, next door to the new Cypress Regional Hospital.
Local Hero program money renovates
community tennis courts in Ponteix
Donation of $3,500 to the Ponteix
Volunteer Fire Department to help buy their
new Emergency Response Vehicle (seen in the background). Local firefighter Brian Walters, fire chief Rick Panko accept the cheque from Roger Mirka, Investment Advisor.
$1,000 donation in 2004
to the Swift Current Allied Arts Council in support
of the Stars for Saskatchewan concert series.
Donation of $4,207 to the Ponteix
Volunteer Fire Department to help them
purchase Jaws of Life. Roger Mirka,
RBCDS Investment Advisor, and
Twyla Thoen,RBC Royal Bank Ponteix Manager, present the cheque to Rick Panko, Ponteix Fire Chief.
Roger Mirka donates $1,000 to the Swift Current Allied Arts Council in support of their Stars for Saskatchewan concert series. Council VP Melanie Friesen is shown here accepting the cheque.
Roger Mirka presents a cheque
for $1,200 to David Tuttle, to support
the Windscape Kite Festival.
Roger Mirka, Investment Advisor, and Margie Neufeld, Associate, present a cheque for $2,000 to Archie Green, Boy Scouts of Canada, to help purchase a new furnace at Camp Thompson, Swift Current and District Scout Camp.
Roger Mirka, Investment Advisor
and Margie Neufeld, Associate
present a cheque for $2,500 to
Doreen Kern with the Dr. Noble Irwin
Regional Healthcare Foundation for theexpansion of the Renal Dialysis Unit in the Cypress Regional Hospital.
$5,000 is presented by Roger Mirka to Rick Panko, Ponteix Volunteer Fire Department Fire Chief, for firefighter training.
Michell Kozyn, President of the Board
of the Swift Current Fringe Festival, receives a cheque for $500
from Roger Mirka.
Wymark School principal Dawn Rogowski
accepts a cheque for $500 from Margie Neufeld,
Associate, towards the purchase of a new sound
system for the school.
Shann Gowan, Festival Organizer of
the Stir Crazy Blues Festival, accepts
a $500 cheque from Roger Mirka.
Roger Mirka buys a decorated
Christmas Tree in a fundraiser for
the Dr. Noble Irwin Regional Healthcare Foundation and donates it to the Foyer St. Joseph Nursing Home in Ponteix.
Our donation of $1,000 to the Swift Current Allied Arts Council sponsored this performance of the Stars for Saskatchewan concert series.
Shann Gowan accepts a $1,000 donation
to sponsor one of the Blenders
This $5,000 donation as Title Sponsor helped to create
the Windscape Kite Festival in Swift Current.