Hey Klipper Fans!
The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers wouldn't be here without your support because we rely on volunteers like yourself to help us in everything from fundraisers to game day activities.
We are currently looking for Game Day volunteers so please help us spread the word!
This is a great opportunity for newcomers to meet new people and take in some of the game day action and it's an even better opportunity for students who want to volunteer and get some experience in their back pocket.
Click the Pic to see the Sign Up Schedule or Contact Garnet Gramlich at email@example.com / call or text 306.460.5773
& help support Klippers Hockey in our community.
The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers thrilled a Remembrance Day home town crowd of 1004 @ the West Central Events Centre with a 5 - 4 overtime Win over the 2014/15 CanAlta Champion Melfort Mustangs & raised $12,875 for the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #57 with their silent auction of special edition Remembrance Day Jerseys. Thank you to our Special Edition Jersey Sponsors: Energy Dodge, Supreme Source for Sports & Cameron's Clothing Company. Earlier in the day the entire team attended Remembrance Day Ceremonies @ Kindersley's United Church & laid a wreath in honour of Veterans past, present & future. Pre-game ceremonies included WWII Veterans Sir Herb Strutt - Leading Air Craftsman who served as a mechanic on the Spitfire Aircraft, Sir Harvey Balberston who served as a Lance Bombardier & Artillery @ Juno Beach and Mr. Don Staples who served as a Flying Officer, flying 31 missions as a Bomber Commander on the Lancaster & Wellington aircraft; dropping the ceremonial puck. These gentleman were accompanied by their escorts: Roger Strutt, Ernie Krepps, Lorne Staples, members of Kindersley RCMP, Royal Canadian Legion Branch #57 Colour Guard & Sparky Ament Air Cadets led by RCL Branch #57 Sgt @ Arms David Burke with our Canadian National Anthem performed by Flight Sgt Thompson.
Congratulations Rick MacDougall ~ Kindersley
$20,000 Early Bird Draw Winner
SJHL Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers recognize Random Acts of Kindness Day Friday, November 6, 2015 by performing helping people with their purchases, helping to stock shelves, carry water, get ready for Christmas decorating & reading to the elderly @ Caleb Village Retirement Residence, WalMart, Co-op Grocery Store & Close's Family Foods. Thank you for allowing the Players the opportunity to Give Back to their Community.
Melfort Mustangs vs Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers
Thursday, November 26 ~ 7:30 pm
West Central Events Centre
Battlefords North Stars vs Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers
Saturday, November 28 ~ 7:30 pm
West Central Events Centre
Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers
New Years Eve Post Game Party
featuring: Canadian Recording Artist & SCMA Award Winner
Thursday, December 31st
8:00 pm - 2:00 am
Kindersley Elks Hall
904 9th Ave. W
Tickets: $50 per person / Table of 8 - $400
only 200 tickets will be sold
Party Favours/Noisemakers, Champagne, Midnight Buffet
Great Prizes to be Won
Sponsored in part by Labatts - Home of Budweiser the King of Beers
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The SJHL's Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers dropped by Elizabeth Middle School in Kindersley to recognize & say thank you to students who performed a random act of kindness following the Klippers' home game Friday, October 23rd vs the Notre Dame Hounds. EMS Grade 7 student & West Central Pee Wee AA Wheat Kings player Jordan MacArthur took it upon himself to organize a group of classmates & a couple of his teachers to clean the West Central Events Centre Arena following the game. As we all know a hockey arena is definitely a messy place following any hockey game, yet these students & teachers appeared to be having a great time while making their way around the rink. The Team, nor Arena Staff had absolutely no idea that they were going to do this & were impressed beyond words when told that Jordan had arranged this, as well as 6 other Random Acts of Kindness around the community. Klipper players Daniell Lange, Nick Rein, Brody Ryberg, Branden Bilodeau, Carson Pickett & Tanner Thompson presented: Jordan, Cameron Galbraith, Brookelyn Otto, Gillian Torrens, Gillian Rathwell, Teagan Elliott, Madison Hobbs, Emily Knowles & Ashley Muyard with a Certificate of Thanks & Pair of Tickets to an upcoming Klippers Home Game as a token of recognition & appreciation for their efforts. The Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers thank these young men, women & teachers for their initiative & commitment to the betterment of their community.
The SJHL Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers recognize Senior's Awareness Week by helping St. Paul's United Church with the set up for their Garage Sale. The team would like to Thank the Committee for the opportunity to lend a hand & the awesome freshly baked cookies & juice.
SJHL Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers join the fight by helping the Canadian Cancer Society with their Jail & Bail fundraiser. Thank you Roger MacKenzie - Tisdale's Sales & Service & Garth MacDonald - G-Mac's Ag Team for being such good sports & for not resisting arrest.
The SJHL Iron Horse Kindersley Klippers say Thank You to Corporate Name Sponsors Iron Horse Energy Services - Kindersley Field Headquarters w/ lunch for their crew from Panago & season tickets. Thanks to Iron Horse Energy Services Field Manager - Austin Evans for showing the guys around a fracing rig & for your continued support of Kindersley Klippers Hockey in our community.