CAA Saskatchewan Summer 2018 - Page 9

Community outreaCh The Happy Wanderer Earlier this year, Kevin Dunn of Saskatoon was named the 2018 Saskatchewanderer. In this role, Dunn will finally get the chance to fulfill his childhood dream of travelling the province to seek out new adventures. “For seven years, CAA has been the official sponsor of the program,” says Fred Titanich, president and CEO of CAA Saskatchewan. “Every year, we provide a vehicle, gas vouchers and a CAA Saskatchewan membership to help the Wanderer promote our province as the best Caa rewards New Offers and Savings Creative Door Services Save 15% on regular- price replacement springs, parts and service for residential garage doors and openers. Or save 15% on regular labour charges for residential services NEW Left to right: Hon. Gene Makowsky, Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport; Keith Jeannot, Pre sident & CEO, DirectWest; Kevin Dunn, 2018 Saskatchewanderer; Fred Titanich, President & CEO, CAA Saskatchewan place to live, work and play. On behalf of CAA Saskatchewan and our valued Members, we wish Kevin all the best during his travels this year.” Other program partners include Tourism Saskatchewan, DirectWest, and the Ministries of Agriculture, Economy and Parks, Culture and Sport. skwanderer or Swiss Chalet Receive a free appetizer or dessert with the purchase of two entrees Cineplex You can now purchase senior (65+) movie tickets at CAA Saskatchewan Stores for $7.20. You can also still buy adult ($9.60) and child adventure tickets ($13.55) NEW Park Passes Save up to 6% on Parks Canada Discovery Passes. Earn 10% back in CAA Dollars on annual provincial park permits when pre-purchased at CAA Stores sCholarship program Higher Learning Since 2006, CAA Saskatchewan’s schol- arship program has assisted young people entering the three post- secondary institutions in our province. The goal is to help them further their education and plan fulfilling careers. 2017/2018’s scholarship recipients attending Saskatchewan Polytechnic include: William Shelley of Saskatoon, Regina’s Austin Adams and Koby Sereda from Moose Jaw. “I am so grateful to have received this support. It will help me purchase the tools I need to start my career,” Sereda says. CAA SASKATCHEWAN SuMMER 2018 9