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Lacombe Oilmen’s donates $3,500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lacombe and District

Proceeds will be go towards supporting volunteer mentor recruitment

The Lacombe Oilmen’s have donated $3,500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lacombe and District.

The proceeds will be go towards supporting the Volunteer Mentor recruitment, intake, screening, and pre-match training.

These funds come at a very critical time with such a large intake from the successful 40 Mentors in 40 Days campaign. October officially ends the campaign and Big Brothers Big Sisters is excited to have 32 new applicants.

Big Brothers Big Sisters is always in need of new mentors to help get kids off of our wait list.

Big Brothers Big Sisters wants to thank the Lacombe Oilmen’s team and are so excited to also announce that they have recently been named the 2018 Organization of the Year.

Their group will be recognized at the Great Big Christmas Dinner and Awards Night on Monday, Dec. 2. The Lacombe Oilmen’s believe in the power of mentoring and we are so lucky to have them in our corner.

-Subnitted by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lacombe and District

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