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Winning Numbers July 1, 2023

CTV Broadcast

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Weekly Announcements:

July 29th cards are now available online!

    • July 22nd 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

Bruce Oake Recovery Centre

  • The Bruce Oake Recovery Centre is dedicated to the memory of Bruce Oake, who passed away from an accidental drug overdose in 2011 at the age of 25. Scott and Anne Oake, Bruce’s parents, along with brother Darcy, were determined to have his life and death return something positive to this world.

  • In 2013 the Oakes founded the Bruce Oake Memorial Foundation and set forth on the path of building a long-term residential treatment facility – to be called the Bruce Oake Recovery Centre. The Bruce Oake Recovery Centre provides unique and proven addiction treatment that will empower individuals with the resources and skills necessary to successfully re-enter society and thrive.

  • The centre has 50 beds in the province of Manitoba for residential addiction treatment. The additional beds at the centre add an important capacity to alleviate pressures on existing residential treatment services in Manitoba and allows partnership organizations the opportunity to focus on other levels of service.”

  • The Bruce Oake Recovery Centre helps individuals and families recover from addiction, find the courage to change, and learn to use the tools they need to live happy and productive lives in recovery. Our goal is to send parents back to their children, sons and daughters back to their families, and to empower people to return to full lives of their choosing within their community.
  • Our 16-week, 50-bed residential treatment program utilizes a combined approach of group treatment and various 1:1 counselling therapies. Each participant receives individualized treatment for whatever stage they are at in their recovery. The centre focuses on measurable outcomes that address all the dimensions of the person, with no financial barriers to entry. Sobriety, mental health, employment, housing, social networks, and self-esteem are all factors in improved functioning and are addressed in our treatment model.
  • Our state-of-the-art, non-profit facility is now open and serving Manitobans. The centre will be able to support the recovery of hundreds of residents annually. If you are interested in supporting the Bruce Oake Recovery Centre, please donate.

Checking Ball Announcement

Special Olympics Manitoba

  • Special Olympics Manitoba is dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals with an intellectual disability (ID) through sport. Our vision is that sport will open hearts and minds towards people with intellectual disabilities and create more inclusive communities.
  • We continue to be dedicated to promoting respect, acceptance, inclusion and human dignity for people with an intellectual disability through sport. Recognized as the Sport Governing Body for individuals with an intellectual disability, today we provide 18 sports to over 1800 athletes in all seven regions of the Province.
  • Our programs exist because of the incredible coaches who volunteer their time and talent to training and inspiring athletes. Consider volunteering with SOM and enjoy a rewarding and fulfilling experience. We are always looking for volunteers to join our team and help meet the needs of our growing wait lists for programs.
  • 58 athletes from Team Manitoba will be travelling to Calgary in February 2024 to represent our province on the national stage at the Special Olympics Canada National Winter Games.  This is a premier national event that will welcome over 1200 athletes, coaches and mission staff from across the country to compete against one another in 8 sports, in the hopes of qualifying for Team Canada and the chance to compete at the 2025 World Winter Games in Italy. The cost per athlete to travel to Calgary is $2000 per person. To support an athlete’s journey please visit our website. 

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Additional Talking Points

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  • 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