About the POW City Kinsmen
In 1969 the POW City Kinsmen became the largest charter club in the history of Kinsmen. The club chartered with 88 members under our Charter President, Ed Chynoweth. The POW City Kinsmen have funded and supported groups and initiatives around Saskatoon including the Archibald Arena, Camp Tamarack, Farm in the Dell among many others. In order to support these organizations, the POW City Kinsmen raise funds through our annual Christmas Tree Lot and our annual Top of the Hops project.
As with all Kinsmen clubs, the POW City Kinsmen operate under the guidelines set out by Kin Canada. National projects that POW City Kinsmen have supported include the Kin Canada Bursary program (as the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund) and our provincial arm of Cystic Fibrosis. The national cause supported by Kin Canada is Cystic Fibrosis and since 1967 the support from Kin across Canada has resulted in over 36 million dollars being raised.
Check out our site often as new information is added including details on our ongoing and new fundraising projects.
Information on joining the POW City Kinsmen is available from firstname.lastname@example.org