SIGA packs back to school excitement

Boys and Girls Club members are starting school off right.

Wednesday, Sept. 5 was SIGA’s second annual Day of Sharing, and the organization donated backpacks containing school supplies and goodies to elementary and high school students.

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The donation took place at the Boys and Girls Club.

“We’re incredibly grateful to see kids come in and be excited about backpacks and school supplies,” Nicole Combres, Boys and Girls Club executive director, said, adding education and schooling are important “from the Boys and Girls Club standpoint.”

“It’s absolutely amazing to see kids come in and be excited about backpacks and school supplies.”

“Gold Eagle is really proud to be part of the Battlefords,” Harris Sutherland, senior operations manager at Gold Eagle Casino, said.

 

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