- Published on Monday, 21 January 2013 18:29
Habitat for Humanity is proud to partner with SaskEnergy to offer the Home Energy Legacy Program - where selected homeowners with an annual combined income of under $52,000 - have an opportunity to save money and help the environment with up to $10,000 in energy efficient home improvements in Spring 2013.
Homeowners in need of a high efficiency furnace and other home energy efficiency upgrades must attend the information meeting in order to apply. The meeting, which is hosted by Habitat for Humanity, will describe in detail the SaskEnergy Home Energy Legacy Program.
Please join us on Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013 from 7:00 to 8:00pm at Yorkton Regional High School - 150 Gladstone Ave. North.
You must attend the information night to receive an application. Application deadline is February 5th at 4:00pm.
Feel free to visit SaskEnergy HELP Program for more information or call (306)522-9700.
- Published on Tuesday, 17 July 2012 15:49
Tickets may still be purchased at the mentioned venues as well as Fins, Feathers & Fur Pet Supplies. Hurry & get your tickets the draw date is Dec.20/2012 , 11:00 am at Yorkton Hyundai!!!!!!
- Published on Wednesday, 01 September 2010 17:55
By Andrew Rae, Fund Development Chair - Habitat for Humanity Yorkton, November 30, 2010
Despite the frightful weather, the severe flooding, the hail storms and a bit of unexpected wheat midge, the Habitat for Habitat Project 2010 actually managed to grow a crop and generate some revenue for Habitat for Humanity Yorkton.
Based on the success of the 2009 crop in Goodeve, Habitat for Humanity, Ducks Unlimited Canada, Viterra, Monsanto, Sygentia and our farm partner - Mr. Rod Wlock joined forces in 2010 to support Habitat in the Parkland region. Ducks Unlimited Canada, Yorkton Coop Agro, Yara Fertilizers, Bayer Crop Sciences, Morris Implements and our farm partner - Mr. Michael Yaholnitsky expanded this project by adding a new site by Rhein.
Rain was the norm for most of this summer and that unfortunately created incredible problems for all area farmers. The deluge was so significant that, in spite of herculean efforts of both farm partners, only one project site was successfully seeded. Much to his surprise, Rod Wlock managed to seed the Goodeve project site with food grade wheat. Despite the difficult growing season and conditions, Habitat for Humanity Yorkton's crop share is estimated at $8,500.00 (before inputs).