The Weyburn Kinsmen and Kinettes held their first meeting of the season last night at the Weyburn Wor-Kin Shop.
Secretary Adrian Prybylski said they are continually looking for more members of any background.
"There's plenty of room to join the club, and we're still able to produce big events if we have people who are creative or have bright ideas but don't have the manpower to produce it," he noted. "You can join the Kin club and get these kinds of events to the city."
He said they're a nationwide organization connected across Canada to groups in every community.
"We keep in touch with Estevan and Broadview and Regina and Saskatoon, and there's even ways to communicate to the other provinces and their clubs. It's just a really fantastic, and everyone gets together for TeleMiracle every year and it's just a wonderful event to to be a part of."
Their meetings are held on the first and third Thursdays of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the Weyburn Wor-Kin Shop. 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.
He said their meetings are "very casual and lots of fun".
Prybylski added that they are now calling their local organization the 'Weyburn Kinsmen and Kinettes', rather than 'Weyburn Kin Club' because more people know that name and, this way, their name is even more inclusive, and "just better all round".
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