Kindersley town council has decided to temporarily suspend the Kindersley Community Initiatives Program (KCIP) for this year.

The resolution was made at their last regular meeting of March this past Monday evening.

The town of Kindersley receives funding from Saskatchewan Lotteries for the KCIP.

This year approximately $45,000 of this funding will go towards the Wall of Champions in the West Central Events Centre and the town’s Canada Day fireworks. 

All remaining funding will go toward the Kindersley Aquatic Centre.

KCIP funding went to the following recipients in the 2017-2018 term.





Kindersley Skating Club

Spring & Fall Skating School


Kindersley Minor Ball

Equipment upgrade



Kindersley Antique Threshing Club

Seeding & Threshing Demo



Kindersley & District Music Festival

Adjudicator & Venue



Kindersley & District Arts Council

Advertising & Performers



Kindersley Whirls & Twirls Square Dance Club

Venue & Promotion



Kindersley Playschool

Play Structure



Kindersley Rotary Club

Concert & School Music Program



Kindersley Library Board

Outreach Program and Storytelling



Kindersley Klippers Sledge Hockey Club




Kindersley Karate Club

National Competition



NRC Community Management Inc.

Lighting Upgrade



Kindersley Soccer

Equipment upgrade



Kindersley Minor Hockey

Youth Rec, Goaltender Development, Girl Time



Town of Kindersley

Canada Day Fireworks



Kindersley Composite School

Garden Project



Kobra Football Parent Association

Elizabeth Lions Football



365 Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron

Venue Rental



Pathway to Wellness

Pickleball Project






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