Career Opportunity

COMMUNITY RELATIONS COORDINATOR

Overview

Use your skills in fundraising, public relation, and communications to help improve the welfare of animals. The Saskatchewan SPCA is seeking a full-time Community Relations Coordinator, based in Saskatoon. The successful candidate will organize public events, develop content for all types of print and electronic communication tools, and develop positive relationships with stakeholders on behalf of the Saskatchewan SPCA.

Established in 1928, the Saskatchewan SPCA is the provincial animal welfare organization working to promote the welfare of animals and prevent animal cruelty. While we work in cooperation with other SPCAs and Humane Societies in the province, the Saskatchewan SPCA is a separate and autonomous organization. Read more at http://sspca.ca/about-us/

Responsibilities

  • Grow existing and create new fundraising programs
  • Research sponsorship opportunities and cultivate relationships with potential funders
  • Assist with new social enterprise initiatives, as required
  • Develop and manage community outreach events
  • Prepare and deliver presentations to key stakeholders
  • Assist in the planning and staging of the annual Animal Welfare Conference
  • Research, write and edit content for internal and external communication tools including brochures, newsletters, media releases, fact sheets, websites, and social media
  • Serve as media spokesperson for the Saskatchewan SPCA, as required
  • Other duties as assigned

Education and experience

  • A university degree or diploma in a relevant area of study (communications, marketing, education, media relations, the humanities)
  • A genuine interest in improving the welfare of animals
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent research skills
  • Comfortable in the use of Facebook, Twitter, and other social media
  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
  • Experience with WordPress an asset
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team, depending on the nature of the project
  • Enjoy making presentations to adults and children
  • Excellent organizational and decision-making skills
  • Able to work weekends and evenings, as required
  • A valid Saskatchewan driver’s license and reliable transportation required for travel throughout province

Salary and Office Information

Salary:  negotiable

Office Location:  519 – 45th Street West, Saskatoon

To apply

Send your resume and cover letter to:

  • info@sspca.ca   or
  • Saskatchewan SPCA, Box 37, Saskatoon, SK  S7K 3K

CLOSING DATE:  September 28, 2015

Questions about the position may be directed to:

Sandra Anderson:  sandra@sspca.ca

 

A Great Day of Golf at Critter Classic 2015

Green Acres Golf Course was the place to be on Saturday (Sept. 12th) for the Saskatchewan SPCA Critter Classic 2015.

Thank you to everyone who helped make this day a success:  golfers, sponsors, donors, organizers, Green Acres staff, and our volunteers. The highlight of the silent auction was a trip for two anywhere WestJet flies, along with a handy travel duffel bag. Thank you to WestJet for your amazing donation!

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We extend an extra special thank you to our 2015 Critter Classic Major Sponsors:

Western Litho Printers (Pan 661 116)

 

 

 

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Critter Classic 2015 Major Sponsors

 

 

 

Many thanks to our Hole Sponsors this year:

  • Regina Boxing
  • LG Fitness
  • Nobel Johnston
  • Albert North Vet Clinic (Jim Tourand)
  • Bergens Auto Body
  • Supreme Basics (Jason Fischer)
  • Kevin Mellor Law
  • Kinetic Auto Services Ltd.
  • Fraser Strategy
  • Superior Garage
  • Able Courier
  • Supremex
  • Outlaw Communications

Funds raised at Critter Classic help the Saskatchewan SPCA continue our work to ensure the humane treatment of animals.

Hope to see you in 2016 for our 6th annual Critter Classic!

Bylaws for Approval by Saskatchewan SPCA Membership

 

 

Proposed changes to the current Saskatchewan SPCA bylaws are printed in red. The proposed bylaws will be discussed at the upcoming Annual General Meeting of the Saskatchewan SPCA. The AGM will be held Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015, startnig at 5 p.m. at the Saskatoon Travelodge Hotel (Delta Room). The AGM is open to the public.

Bylaw No. 1     Name and Territory

1.1       The name of the Society shall be The Saskatchewan Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, which may also be known or referred to as the Saskatchewan SPCA or SSPCA.

1.2       The Society shall carry on its work within the territorial boundaries of the Province of Saskatchewan. The Board in consultation shall define the areas of responsibility of the Society in relation to each of the local Societies.

1.3       The Head Office shall be located in any centre in the Province of Saskatchewan which the Board may from time to time determine.

Bylaw No. 2     Vision, Mission and Guiding Principles (NEW)

Vision

2.1       To ensure the humane treatment of animals.

Mission

2.2       To be the provincial voice on animal welfare.

Guiding Principles

The Saskatchewan SPCA:

2.3.1    Accepts the use of animals by humans.

2.3.2    Generates public awareness to prevent animal suffering.

2.3.3    Promotes the mutually beneficial relationship between animals and humans.

2.3.4    Believes that animal welfare should be considered in terms of the Five Freedoms.

2.3.5    Takes a collaborative approach to achieve its mission and vision.

2.3.6    Is a transparent organization that is respected for its innovation, integrity and passion.

Bylaw No. 3     Definitions

In these Bylaws the following meanings shall pertain:

3.1       SOCIETY shall mean The Saskatchewan Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

3.2       MEMBER shall mean a member in good standing as defined in Bylaw 4.2(a).

3.3       MEMBERSHIP YEAR shall mean the calendar year.

3.4       BOARD shall mean the Board of Directors.

3.5       SECRETARY shall mean Secretary of the Board.

3.6       TREASURER shall mean Treasurer.

3.7       Whenever the singular number or the masculine gender is used, the same shall be construed as including the plural number and feminine and neuter genders respectively where the fact or the context so requires.

Bylaw No. 4     Memberships, Categories, Dues and Cancellation

4.1       Any individual or family who is in sympathy with the vision, mission and guiding principles of the Society and who is willing to uphold humane principles, is eligible to apply for Membership in the Society.

4.2       A Member in good standing for the current fiscal year is any eligible individual or family who has paid his membership dues 60 days prior to the beginning of the Annual General Meeting in that year, or who is a Life or Honorary Life Member. Any member joining after Nov 1st will have a membership expiry date of Dec 31st of the following year.

4.3       Membership classes and dues shall be set by the Board as it deems advisable from time to time.

Cancellation of Membership

4.4       The Board can, in its sole and absolute discretion, cancel the Membership of any Individual for just cause. Such cancellation of membership shall be executed at a regular meeting of the Board and shall be valid only if the said cancellation receives two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of the total Board of Directors, present. Such vote shall be conducted by signed ballot. The person may appeal the decision, in writing, to the Board of Directors within thirty (30) days of being notified of the decision. The Board’s decision pursuant to this appeal is final.

Bylaw No. 5  The Board of Directors

5.1       The Board of Directors shall consist of:

5.1.1    The Officers:

(a)        The President.

(b)        The Vice-President.

(c)        The Secretary.

(d)        The Treasurer.

(e)        Other Directors elected at large from the Province.

(f)        The immediate past President shall remain an ex officio member of the Board without voting privileges for a period of one year after ceasing to hold office.

5.2       The total Board shall consist of a minimum of five (5) and a maximum of nine (9) Directors. CHANGED from “minimum of seven (7) and a maximum of eleven (11).”

5.3       To be eligible for nomination for election to the Board an individual member, resident in Saskatchewan, and having reached the age of majority, shall have been a member of the Society in good standing for a period of at least six (6) months prior to the Annual General Meeting, and shall not be a paid employee of a Saskatchewan humane society, nor a close relative of a Saskatchewan humane society employee. Close relative is hereby defined as spouse, child, parent, in-law, sibling, and/or member of the same household.

5.4       Nominations for election to the Board and acceptance by the nominees, both in writing and signed by two voting members, are to be in the hands of the Society ten (10) days prior to the date of the Annual General Meeting. At the Annual General Meeting, nominations from the floor shall be called.

Term of Office

5.5.1    The term of office for a director shall be two years. At any Annual General Meeting approximately one half of the directors shall be elected. The following year the remainder shall be elected.

5.5.2    At its first meeting the new Board shall by resolution from its numbers appoint for the appropriate term the officers named in Bylaw No. 5.1.

5.5.3    A board member may serve a maximum of three (3) consecutive terms. He may seek re-election to the Board after an absence of one year.  CHANGED from “an absence of one term.” 

Bylaw No. 6     Duties of Officers

6.1       President: The President shall be responsible to the Board and to the Executive Committee. He shall preside at all meetings. In his absence the Vice-President shall preside. Such presiding officer has only the casting vote when necessary to break a tie. The President shall be the chief executive officer of the Society unless otherwise determined by resolution of the board of directors. The chair shall be ex officio on all committees.

6.2       Vice President: The Vice-President shall take over the duties of President when that official is incapacitated or absent. He shall assist the President in every way possible in the administration of the Society.

6.3       Secretary: The Secretary shall attend to the records of the meetings of the Board of Directors and Executive. The routine duties of the Secretary may be carried out by the Office Staff, but the elected Secretary shall be responsible for them.

6.4       Treasurer: The Treasurer shall keep records of all financial transactions of the Society. He shall prepare an annual report showing a full statement of all monies received and disbursed, audited by the independent authority chosen by the Annual General Meeting of the previous year. He shall have charge of and keep safely all contracts, certificates of stock, securities, and instruments of title belonging to the Society. The routine duties listed for the Treasurer may be carried out by the Office Staff, but the elected Treasurer shall be responsible for them.

Bylaw No. 7     Responsibilities and Powers of the Board of Directors

7.1       The Board shall be responsible to the members for the good management of the affairs and business of the Society. Each Director shall act honestly and in good faith in the best interests of the Society.

7.2       The Board of Directors shall meet together regularly and a minimum of four times a year for the dispatch of business and shall regulate their meetings as they deem fit. The Board of Directors may meet on a regularly appointed date without notice but Directors shall be advised at least five (5) days prior to the date of any special meeting. A Director may, if the majority of the Directors of the Society consent, participate in a meeting of the Directors or a committee of the Directors by means of such telephone or other communication facilities to permit all persons participating in the meeting to hear each other, and a Director participating in such a meeting by such means is deemed for the purpose of this Article to be present at the meeting.

7.3       In the case that a vote of Board members is required to conduct normal business of the Society between regularly scheduled Board meetings, such a vote may be conducted by fax, email or other electronic means. The results of such a vote shall be recorded in the minutes of the next Board meeting.

7.4       The Board shall have the power to appoint any committees, special committees and auxiliaries it may deem necessary, and have the power to appoint committee members other than Board members thereto. These bodies shall be responsible to the Board.

7.5       The Board shall be responsible for the remuneration of all Society staff. CHANGED from “all society office staff.”  DELETED:  “Animal Protection Officers and others approved by the Board to assist Animal Protection Officers in the execution of their duties.”

7.6       The President shall be ex-officio member of all Committees of the Society.

7.7       The Board shall have the power to appoint such officers, agents, consultants or special representatives as it may deem necessary for carrying on the work of the Society. These appointees may be appointed with or without salary at the Board’s discretion, and shall be responsible to the President.

7.8       The Board shall have power to engage legal counsel when it is deemed necessary.

7.9       The Directors of the Society and members of committees shall not receive any remuneration for their services. The Directors and committee members shall, however, be entitled to be reimbursed for traveling and other reasonable out-of-pocket expenses incurred by them attending meetings of the Board or any committee thereof, upon proof of expenses having been supplied and upon approval by the Board of Directors.

7.10      Board Conduct: The Board subscribes to the following Code of Ethics:

To devote time, thought and study to the duties and responsibilities of a SSPCA Board member so as to render effective, creditable service.

To work with fellow Board members in a spirit of harmony and cooperation in spite of differences of opinion that may arise.

To base personal decision upon all available facts in each situation: to vote ones honest conviction in every case, unswayed by partisan bias of any kind; and to abide by and uphold the final majority decision of the Board.

To remember at all times that individual Board members have no legal authority outside the meetings of the Board, and to conduct relationships with the Board, staff, the local citizenry, and all media of the community on the basis of this fact.

To resist every temptation and outside pressure to use the position as a SSPCA Board member to benefit either personally or any other individual or agency apart from the total interest of the SSPCA. A Board member shall not use the position to benefit personally, family or friends.

7.11      Rules of Order: The Rules contained in Robert’s Rules of Order shall govern the Society in all cases to which they are applicable, and in which they are not inconsistent with the Bylaws of the Society. Whenever practical, Robert’s Rules as applied to small committees will be used.

Bylaw No. 8     Board Vacancies

8.1       The Board shall have power to fill up to three Board vacancies until the next General Meeting when the members shall have the opportunity of approving the Executive’s Board’s choice or electing new members to complete the term.

8.2.      If the office of President becomes vacant, the Vice-President shall automatically become President.

8.3.      If more than three Directors resign because of a controversy within the Board, a Special General Meeting shall be called forthwith by the Society for the purpose of electing Directors to fill the vacancies.

8.4       Any or all positions on the Board may be declared vacant by the members at a Special General Meeting as provided in Bylaw 12.3. The vacancies shall then be filled by election at the same meeting.

Bylaw No. 9     Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest of Directors

9.1       Board members shall disclose, in the discussing of or vote upon, any issue in which they have a financial or personal conflict of interest. The disclosure of such conflict of interest shall be recorded in the minutes of the meeting at which the disclosure is made.

Bylaw No. 10   Removal of a Board Member

10.1     The Board can remove any Board member from office who, in the opinion of the majority of remaining Board members, acts in a manner detrimental to the vision, mission and guiding principles of the Society, or fails to be a member in good standing for the duration of his term of office providing the Board member is given the opportunity to have a proper hearing before the Board of Directors or at special meeting of the membership and the membership votes thereon.

10.2     Any Board member absent from two (2) consecutive Board meetings without reasonable excuse may be removed from office on a majority vote of the Board. If the former Board member requests reinstatement within sixty (60) days from the date of removal, the Board may by a majority vote reinstate the Board member, but this provision can be used only once during the term of any Board member.

Bylaw No. 11   The Executive Committee

11.1     The Executive Committee shall consist of:

(a)        The President

(b)        The Vice-President

(c)        The Secretary

(d)        The Treasurer

(e)        The Executive Director (ex-officio)

11.2     The Executive Committee shall be responsible to the Board for the administration of the Society between meetings of the Board.

11.3     All minutes of the Executive Committee Meetings shall be subject to ratification at the following Board Meeting.

Bylaw No. 12   Meetings

12.1     The Annual General Meeting of the Society shall be held each year within one hundred and eighty (180) days of the end of the fiscal year, for the conduct of general business of the Society and for election of the Board of Directors.

12.2     Notice of every General Meeting of the society shall be given to every member who is entitled to vote, not less than twenty (20) days prior to the proposed date of the General meeting. Notice shall include the exact time, date and place of the General Meeting. Sufficient notice shall be considered to have been given in any of the following circumstances: personal delivery, mail delivery, electronic mail, publication of a notice in the Society newsletter, posting an announcement on the website of the Society, publication of a notice in a community newspaper.

12.3     A Special General Meeting shall be called by the Society upon receipt of a written request by any of the following:

(a)        The President or, in his absence, the Vice-President.

(b)        Any ten members who have been members for the previous twelve (12) months.

12.3.1  Written request for a Special General Meeting shall be served upon the Executive Director either by personal service or by registered mail and such service shall be affected not less than thirty (30) days prior to the date for which the meeting is to be called.

12.3.2  A request for a Special General Meeting by either of the aforementioned methods shall embody the object or objects for which the meeting is called; the latest date and time for which the meeting shall be called.

12.3.3  Upon receipt of such request, the Executive Director shall notify in writing or by electronic means all members of the Society of receipt of such request at least twenty (20) days prior to the date set out for the meeting. The notification shall specify date, time, place and agenda for the meeting.

12.3.4  A Special General Meeting shall be presided over by a Chairman appointed by the membership present at such meeting prior to any business being discussed.

12.3.5  Except as provided in 12.3.2 above, no business shall be transacted at the Special General Meeting except that for which the meeting is called.

12.3.6  Without restricting the generality of the foregoing, the objects of the Special General Meeting may include the following:

(a)        Whether or not the membership will dismiss any or all of the Board of Directors, including the President;

(b)        Any other business that may be pertinent to the operation of the Society.

Bylaw No. 13   Voting

13.1     Only those individuals or families whose names are entered on the register of the Society as members in good standing 60 days prior to any general meeting may vote at that meeting.

13.2     At all meetings of the Society, a resolution put to the vote of the meeting shall be decided by a show of voting cards, unless a poll is demanded by at least three members. In such case the questions shall be put to each member present and his vote shall be recorded in the minutes opposite his name.

13.3     At Annual General Meetings the election of the Board shall be by secret ballot, except where positions are filled by acclamation.

13.4     All other business at an Annual Meeting may be voted on as set out above in 13.2.

Bylaw No. 14   Quorums

14.1     At Executive Committee Meetings three (3) members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.

14.2     At Board Meetings a majority of voting members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.

14.3     At all other meetings of the Society, all those members present and in person shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business.

Bylaw No. 15   Committees

15.1     Committee chair persons shall be (DELETE:  “members of the Board and”) appointed by the Board.

15.2     Standing Committee members shall be approved by the Board at the first meeting following the AGM.

15.3     Terms of office shall be one year.

15.4     All committees answer to the board.

15.5     Standing committees shall include but are not limited to:

Finance

Fundraising

Education

Board Development

Communications and Public Relations (ADDED THESE TWO COMMITTEES)

Legislative

Ad Hoc committees will be created as and when needed.

Bylaw No. 16   Liability

16.1.    The Society shall not be responsible for any contract, debt, liability, act or omission of any Member, and Special Agents or Representatives appointed by the Board who are not authorized to incur any pecuniary liability to the Society without special authority from the Society.

Bylaw No. 17   Fiscal Year

17.1     The Fiscal Year of the Society shall be from April 1st to March 31st of the following year.

Bylaw No. 18   Audit of Accounts

18.1     The accounts of the Saskatchewan SPCA shall be audited each year by an auditor appointed at the Annual General Meeting.

18.2     The scope of the audit shall be determined by resolution of the Board of Directors, after consultation with the staff of the Saskatchewan SPCA and the Auditor as appointed.

Bylaw No. 19   Amendments to Bylaws

19.1     Notice of Motion for amendments to the Bylaws shall be submitted to the Society Secretary by mail or electronically, and such notice shall be post marked or recorded not less than thirty (30) days or more than fifty (50) days prior to the date of the next Annual General Meeting.

19.2     The Society shall send by mail or electronic means, notice of proposed amendments to each member not less than twenty (20) days prior to the date of the Annual General Meeting.

19.3     These Bylaws may be altered or amended only at an Annual General Meeting with the consent of two-thirds (2/3) majority of the attending members.

19.4     Bylaws become effective immediately following the AGM at which they are approved.

Bylaw No. 20   Dissolution of the Saskatchewan SPCA

20.1     In the event that the Society should cease to exist, all assets remaining after paying all debts shall be paid to another registered and charitable organization or organizations having the vision, mission and guiding principles similar to the Saskatchewan SPCA in the Province of Saskatchewan.

20.2     The Board of Directors shall in its sole and absolute discretion select the organizations to receive the remaining assets of the Saskatchewan SPCA.

20.3     No Member, Officer or Director of the Saskatchewan SPCA shall receive any of the assets of the Saskatchewan SPCA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Critter Classic: What’s new for 2015

RoosterGreen Acres is THE place to be:  Critter Classic 2015.

  • Saturday, Sept. 12
  • Green Acres Golf Club (10 minutes east of Regina)
  • 10 a.m. tee off

$150/golfer ($50 tax receipt)

To register or for more info, call Tammy Nelson at 306.337.1948 or email her at tammy@prairiead.com

Your support helps us continue our work to ensure the humane treatment of animals in Saskatchewan.

Thank you to our sponsors:

  • Western Litho Printers
  • Prairie Advertising
  • Bobcat of Regina Ltd.

New Career Opportunity

 

Use your skills in fundraising, public relation, and communications to help improve the welfare of animals. The Saskatchewan SPCA is seeking a full-time Community Relations Coordinator, based in Saskatoon. The successful candidate will organize public events, develop content for all types of print and electronic communication tools, and develop positive relationships with stakeholders on behalf of the Saskatchewan SPCA.

Responsibilities

  • Grow existing and create new fundraising programs
  • Research sponsorship opportunities and cultivate relationships with potential funders
  • Assist with new social enterprise initiatives, as required
  • Develop and manage community outreach events
  • Prepare and deliver presentations to key stakeholders
  • Assist in the planning and staging of the annual Animal Welfare Conference
  • Research, write and edit content for internal and external communication tools including brochures, newsletters, media releases, fact sheets, websites, and social media
  • Serve as media spokesperson for the Saskatchewan SPCA, as required
  • Other duties as assigned

Education and experience

  • A university degree or diploma in a relevant area of study (communications, marketing, education, media relations, the humanities)
  • A genuine interest in improving the welfare of animals
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent research skills
  • Comfortable in the use of Facebook, Twitter, and other social media
  • Competent in the use of Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
  • Experience with WordPress an asset
  • Ability to work independently or as part of a team, depending on the nature of the project
  • Enjoy making presentations to adults and children
  • Excellent organizational and decision-making skills
  • Able to work weekends and evenings, as required
  • A valid Saskatchewan driver’s license and reliable transportation required for travel throughout province

Salary:  negotiable

Office Location:  519 – 45th Street West, Saskatoon

Send your resume and cover letter to:

info@sspca.ca

or

Saskatchewan SPCA, Box 37, Saskatoon, SK  S7K 3K1

CLOSING DATE:  August 16, 2015

Questions:  Sandra Anderson   sandra@sspca.ca

 

2015 Summer Cash Lottery: The winners!

Yay!!!! Congratulations to all the winners in the 2015 Saskatchewan SPCA Summer Cash Lottery. And a huge THANK YOU to everyone who purchased a ticket. You are helping improve the welfare of animals in Saskatchewan.

50/50 Kitty Pool Winner:  Carey Howie of Kindersley:  $25,465.00 

Daily Cash Prize Winners:  

DRAW DATE NAME ADDRESS  AMOUNT TICKET NUMBER
June 21, 2015 Walter Stefaniuk Naicam  $   2,000.00 11811
July 1, 2015 Dolores & Gordon Reid Regina  $      500.00 03209
July 2, 2015 Jim Bruynooghe Battleford  $      100.00 05742
July 3, 2015 Donald Bieber Duff  $      100.00 24504
July 4, 2015 Greg & Jackie Procyshyn Saskatoon  $      500.00 05165
July 5, 2015 Karen Lorenz Raymore  $      100.00 24454
July 6, 2015 Bob Robertson Liberty  $      100.00 17750
July 7, 2015 Bob & Grace Westad Saskatoon  $      100.00 22260
July 8, 2015 Emelie Forster Esterhazy  $      100.00 16469
July 9, 2015 Emmanuel Oystreck Yorkton  $      100.00 06122
July 10, 2015 Coralee Unser Martensville  $      100.00 11773
July 11, 2015 Laren Valen Rosetown  $      500.00 04565
July 12, 2015 Shannon Giles Saskatoon  $      100.00 04951
July 13, 2015 Beverly & Brian Nattress Marsden  $      100.00 20295
July 14, 2015 Pat Hughes Abbey  $      100.00 18179
July 15, 2015 Carol Lorenz Christopher Lake  $      100.00 18952
July 16, 2015 Carol & Daryl Savage Porcupine Plain  $      100.00 10789
July 17, 2015 Shawn Stefanowich Canora  $      100.00 00163
July 18, 2015 Lampman Service Station Ltd. Lampman  $      500.00 01569
July 19, 2015 Mary Onufreychuk Yorkton  $      100.00 21649
July 20, 2015 Marilyn Nagel Southey  $      100.00 17837
July 21, 2015 Greg & Jo-Anne Sundquist Watrous  $      100.00 12011
July 22, 2015 Tena Bannerman Prince Albert  $      100.00 22868
July 23, 2015 Lynnette Bock Rocanville  $      100.00 07482
July 24, 2015 Russ Malach Saskatoon  $      100.00 22784
July 25, 2015 Wendy Willoughby Weyburn  $      100.00 09060
July 26, 2015 Bob & Susan Todd Theodore  $      100.00 07568
July 27, 2015 Gail Schafer Brownlee  $      100.00 02623
July 28, 2015 Delphine Gelowitz Esterhazy  $      100.00 06696
July 29, 2015 Bryan Milton Melville  $      100.00 06927
July 30, 2015 C. Fredy McDougall Saskatoon  $      100.00 06204
July 31, 2015 Pat Enright Saskatoon  $   5,000.00 05118
July 31, 2015 Patricia Fensom Bankend  $ 15,000.00 16634

Summer Cash Lottery Winners: July 1-28

Congratulations to the following winners in the Saskatchewan SPCA Summer Cash Lottery. And there are more prizes to be won — stay tuned to find out if you’re one of the lucky winners.

June 21, 2015 Walter Stefaniuk Naicam  $     2,000.00
July 1, 2015 Dolores & Gordon Reid Regina  $        500.00
July 2, 2015 Jim Bruynooghe Battleford  $        100.00
July 3, 2015 Donald Bieber Duff  $        100.00
July 4, 2015 Greg & Jackie Procyshyn Saskatoon  $        500.00
July 5, 2015 Karen Lorenz Raymore  $        100.00
July 6, 2015 Bob Robertson Liberty  $        100.00
July 7, 2015 Bob & Grace Westad Saskatoon  $        100.00
July 8, 2015 Emelie Forster Esterhazy  $        100.00
July 9, 2015 Emmanuel Oystreck Yorkton  $        100.00
July 10, 2015 Coralee Unser Martensville  $        100.00
July 11, 2015 Laren Valen Rosetown  $        500.00
July 12, 2015 Shannon Giles Saskatoon  $        100.00
July 13, 2015 Beverly & Brian Nattress Marsden  $        100.00
July 14, 2015 Pat Hughes Abbey  $        100.00
July 15, 2015 Carol Lorenz Christopher Lake  $        100.00
July 16, 2015 Carol & Daryl Savage Porcupine Plain  $        100.00
July 17, 2015 Shawn Stefanowich Canora  $        100.00
July 18, 2015 Lampman Service Station Lampman  $        500.00
July 19, 2015 Mary Onufreychuk Yorkton  $        100.00
July 20, 2015 Marilyn Nagel Southey  $        100.00
July 21, 2015 Greg & Jo-Anne Sundquist Watrous  $        100.00
July 22, 2015 Tena Bannerman Prince Albert  $        100.00
July 23, 2015 Lynnette Bock Rocanville  $        100.00
July 24, 2015 Russ Malach Saskatoon  $        100.00
July 25, 2015 Wendy Willoughby Weyburn  $        100.00
July 26, 2015 Bob & Susan Todd Theodore  $        100.00
July 27, 2015 Gail Schafer Brownlee  $        100.00
July 28, 2015 Delphine Gelowitz Esterhazy  $        100.00

A great summertime read: Badge #124

Written by local author Janice Howden, the book offers a rare glimpse into the challenging work of an animal protection officer.

Copies of Badge #124 are now available at the following locations:

  • Moose Jaw Humane Society
  • Swift Current SPCA
  • Humboldt SPCA
  • Arlington Animal Hospital (Saskatoon)
  • Saskatchewan SPCA (call 1.877.382.7722)

Get your copy today!

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Summer Cash Lottery Winners (July 1-19)

 

EARLY BIRD DRAW

June 21, 2015          Walter Stefaniuk, Naicam                  $     2,000.00

 

DAILY CASH PRIZE DRAWS

July 1, 2015             Dolores & Gordon Reid, Regina                    $        500.00

July 2, 2015             Jim Bruynooghe, Battleford              $        100.00

July 3, 2015             Donald Bieber, Duff                        $        100.00

July 4, 2015             Greg & Jackie Procyshyn, Saskatoon             $        500.00

July 5, 2015             Karen Lorenz, Raymore                $        100.00

July 6, 2015             Bob Robertson, Liberty                   $        100.00

July 7, 2015             Bob & Grace Westad, Saskatoon             $        100.00

July 8, 2015             Emelie Forster, Esterhazy               $        100.00

July 9, 2015             Emmanuel Oystreck, Yorkton                  $        100.00

July 10, 2015           Coralee Unser, Martensville          $        100.00

July 11, 2015           Laren Valen, Rosetown              $        500.00

July 12, 2015           Shannon Giles, Saskatoon             $        100.00

July 13, 2015           Beverly & Brian Nattress, Marsden                $        100.00

July 14, 2015           Pat Hughes, Abbey                    $        100.00

July 15, 2015           Carol Lorenz, Christopher Lake  $        100.00

July 16, 2015           Carol & Daryl Savage, Porcupine Plain    $        100.00

July 17, 2015           Shawn Stefanowich, Canora                   $        100.00

July 18, 2015           Lampman Service Station Ltd., Lampman              $        500.00

July 19, 2015           Mary Onufreychuk, Yorkton                  $        100.00