$20,000 Estimated Jackpot
$10,000 Guaranteed Prize
Winning numbers for this game will be posted online following the broadcast. Potential winners have until the following Monday by 11:59 AM to call and record their potential winning card(s) on the winners line. If Monday is a statutory holiday, the deadline will be moved to Tuesday by 11:59AM. The online posting will be unofficial, and if there are any mistakes the original broadcast will be the only official source of numbers.
Cards are $5 for a 6 play area card.
Jackpot starts at $10,000 and grows each week by $1 per card sold
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November 11th cards are now available online!
- November 18 cards are available online
- After 7pm tonight, head over to KinsmenJackpotBingo.com
- Don’t miss your chance at the Jackpot or the Guaranteed prize!
- The guaranteed jackpot for this week’s game is $10,000
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The Winnipeg Kinsmen wants to thank our players for playing!
You are a big reason we can continue to support Charities across Manitoba
50th Ball Fundraiser Feature
- Urban Stable empowers youth to positively engage in their education and community and achieve personal success through hands-on learning experiences with horses. Partnering with schools and youth serving community organizations we focus on improving the lives of youth facing challenges through deeper horse-human connections and providing them with the support and skills they need to reach their fullest potential.
- Urban Stable was founded and became a registered non-profit charitable organization in 2001 (Charity#871051611RR0001) in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Our centre and instructors are certified, or working towards certification, through the Canadian Therapeutic Riding Association. We operate our programs from a quiet private barn in Stonewall where we board our 7 program horses.
- Urban Stable typically partners with 20+ schools within four School Divisions, and two youth serving community organizations within Winnipeg and the surrounding community. In a typically year we serve 48-70 students. We anticipate 40+ students this year. Our primary purpose is to provide youth facing challenges in grades 5-8 with a hands-on learning experience with horses. Through working with their horse, students are empowered to learn critical life skills e.g., teamwork, relationship building, leadership, communication, self-awareness, and self-regulation. Transferring these new skills to school, students build confidence and self-esteem, which has proven to increase their engagement in their education and their community. The proceeds from Kinsmen Jackpot Bingo will be used to support youth to attend our program. The funds will used toward program facilitation, horse care, and student transportation.
- The students we serve come from all walks of life, backgrounds, and equity diverse communities. Students are referred to the program because of social, emotional, behavioural, neurological, or academic challenges they’re facing. For example, anxiety, depression, ADHD, autism, learning disabilities, foster care, trauma, and family difficulties (e.g., loss, divorce). The proceeds from Kinsmen Jackpot Bingo will be used to support youth to attend our life-changing programs.
- At Urban Stable we create a clam and stable environment where students feel safe to step outside their comfort zone and try new and difficult challenges. Students work one-on-one with their horse learning to groom, tack, lead, and ride, with a focus on mindfulness, being in moment, connection to nature, and building partnership with their horses and teammates. By engaging students in hands-on learning experiences and reflection during classes, they’re better able to connect theories and knowledge learned at the stable to real-world situations in their school and community.
- Horses are highly social and desire to be in relationship with others, it’s this calm, assertive partnership that’s highlighted in our programs illustrating the interdependence of the animal and human world. Working with smaller class sizes of 4 students allows for these quality longer-term interactions, meaningful relationships, and human-horse bonds resulting in improved physical, emotional, and mental well-being.
- Every year we witness the transformative power of the horse-human connection. Youth who struggle regulating their energy become calm as they quietly brush their horse. Youth who are withdrawn assert themselves to ask a 1000-pound animal to kindly pick up his hoof for cleaning. Youth who experience an unstable home life find tranquillity and hope among the animals and nature. At year end, the pride and confidence the students express as they demonstrate what they learned with their horse and about themselves is the reason we do what we do.
- How to get involved – check out our website www.urbanstable.ca – Become an Event Volunteer and help with our fundraising events. If you have horse experience, volunteer as a Horse Handler in our program leading a horse while our students learn to ride.
Checking Ball Announcement
Kin Canada Bursaries
- Kin Canada bursary applications are now being accepted for the 2024-25 academic year.
- Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
- Must be a full-time student in the process of graduating from high school or currently studying or registered at a post-secondary institution.
- Must complete the current application form by February 1, 2024. Bursary winners are notified before June 30, 2024 by their sponsoring club.
- Must not have previously been awarded a Kin Canada Bursary.
- Will be evaluated on their community and school involvement, knowledge of Kin Canada and financial need.
- Use this year’s application form
- Read and follow all instructions carefully
- Answer all questions
- Remember, scoring is based on both effort and content
- Ask for input from friends, parents, teachers, etc.
- Learn about Kin Canada from our website
- Research what the local or nearest Kinsmen, Kinette or Kin Club has done in your community
- Submit your application by February 1, 2024 and only submit once
The bursary application deadline is February 1 at 11:59 pm Pacific Time.
The selection process is as follows:
Each club reviews all submitted application forms and selects one to be endorsed and forwarded to the Board of Trustees for review on or before March 1, 2024.
The Board selects a number of applicants to receive a bursary of $1,000 each, based on that year’s contributions to the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund. The successful recipients and their sponsoring clubs are notified by June 30, 2024.
Click to apply in French or English.
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Additional Talking Points
Order November 11th cards online!
- After 7pm tonight, head over to KinsmenJackpotBingo.com
- Don’t miss your chance at the Jackpot or $10,000 Guaranteed prize!
- You can get the winning numbers after the game at Kinsmenjackpotbingo.com or call the winners line at 204-946-6377