2016 Guide to Martensville - Page 52

Martensville Girl Guides Martensville Girl Guides gives girls age 5-14 an opportunity to discover new friends, learn about the world around her, and be part of giving back to our community. We go camping, hiking, wall climbing, have spa nights, learn lots of new skills to earn badges and so much more! Join us Wednesday evenings at Venture Heights School at 6:30pm for lots of fun and excitement. Please contact Jennifer Baxter at 306-249-6232 or jennbaxter@sasktel.net if you have any questions. Lions Club Come and spend an hour with us to learn more about our programs. Regular meetings take place on the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm at the Canalta Hotel. We will be holding an Easter Bingo on March 20 and our annual Christmas Turkey Bingo at the New Horizons Seniors Centre in December. Contact Syl Serblowski at 306-931-2247 or sylserb@hotmail.com if you are interested in more information on the programs or becoming a Lions member. Sask. Valley Riding Club The Sask Valley Riding Club was formed in 1996 and is made up of members of all ages, promoting a family atmosphere. The club holds several events throughout the year to support causes or charities that are of special interest to its members including the Kinsmen Telemiracle Foundation, the Equine Health Research Fund, and Breast Cancer Research. Some of the events organized include fun gymkhanas, poker rally’s and the Telemiracle Pony Express 8-Day Ride. In addition, we coordinate various riding clinics for club members throughout the year and take part in as many local parades as we can. Weekly winter riding was added in 2011. Both English and Western riders can enjoy some of the advantages of membership, including access to our library which contains an assortment of training videos and books. As a club we enjoy spending time with other people, both riders and non-riders alike, that share our interest in horses. In doing so, we are given a chance to learn from each other and the various experts we have contact with along the way. Our goals include helping each other, helping our horses and helping our community. Whether you’re just looking for some new people to ride with or for the opportunity to learn a little more about your horse in a relaxed atmosphere, the Club may be right for you. Come on out and let’s see what we can learn from each other. Contact Ashley Woodvine - President at 306-881-9336 or Carol Barbour - Treasurer at 306934-3315 or check the website – www.saskvalleyridingclub.com or like us on Facebook. 52