Fundraising for TeleMiracle is a year-round effort for the Weyburn Kin Club. In fact, they're currently selling tickets for the Grillin & Chillin raffle. Read more HERE.

"This year's TeleMiracle was awesome," shared Weyburn Kin Club Treasurer Adrian Prybylski. "I was really happy to see that we had several people from Weyburn perform. There's a lot of other like small[-time] musicians that I know who performed as well, and that's always fantastic to see them out there."

This year's event brought in over $5.5 million. Read more HERE.

"A lot of the donations were fantastic. It's always great seeing all the other Kin Clubs up there or seeing people who aren't even associated with Kin, and they raise so much money," he commented. "There are small towns that just themselves, raise like $5,000, $10,000, and it's just like fantastic that everybody comes together. And even the large donations, the corporate sponsorships, those are just fantastic to see, too."

Prybylski said the event isn't just for kids. 

"Everybody all of Saskatchewan gets involved, and it's just wonderful to see all of Saskatchewan getting together to help people."

He added the event is almost like our very own "Saskatchewan's Got Talent".

The Weyburn Kin Club, a local group of a national organization, is always accepting new members of any background. They meet on the first and third Thursday of the month at the Wor-Kin Shop at 7:30 p.m. Prybylski advises giving them a heads up via a message on Facebook if you're planning to check out the meeting. Refreshments are always served.