Photos: Sturgis Kinsmen Mini-Miracle continues tradition of helping others
March 9, 2017 12:50 PM
Piper Jacquemart of Norquay performed during the Sturgis Kinsmen Mini-Miracle.
The Good Spirit School Division band performed numerous musical selections at the Mini-Miracle in Sturgis on March 2.
Sturgis Kinettes and Kinsmen were among the many volunteers who answered the phones backstage at the Kinsmen Mini-Miracle. From left, were: Tyler Blender, Megan Morton, Ron Wagar, Michelle Hansen, Donna Hamilton and Katryna Wasylenchuk.
Telemiracle Teddy was in attendance at the Sturgis Kinsmen Mini-Miracle on March 2.
Janet Howard of Sturgis concluded the talent portion of the Sturgis Mini-Miracle.
Amy McDade of Raymore was the GX-94 radio Star Search winner who performed at the Sturgis Mini-Miracle.
James Betts of Melville entertained the audience at the Sturgis Kinsmen Mini-Miracle. Betts also performed at Telemiracle in Saskatoon.
The Sturgis Elementary school performed and made a presentation that featured a donation of $3,233 toward the Sturgis Kinsmen Mini-Miracle.
Paige Hansen of Sturgis performed a solo at the Sturgis Kinsmen Mini-Miracle.
Cassandra Danyluk of Canora performed a solo on guitar.
Shayla Ulmer of Neudorf performed at Sturgis Kinsmen Mini-Miracle and at Telemiracle in Saskatoon.
Chris Fisher of Yorkton had fun entertaining at the Sturgis Kinsmen Mini-Miracle.
Sherry Lesser of Lintlaw, who is a teacher at the Sturgis Elementary School, sang at the Sturgis Mini-Miracle.