Welcome to The Pas Kinsmen Club's Website!
Drop By and Join us for Hotdogs, Cake and Juice on Canada Day in Devon Park.
The Pas Kinsmen will be putting in their Christmas Tree order in September if you are interested in putting in an order for an oversize tree please contact Riley Wlasichuk at (204)620-1608 (chair) or Ken Tritthart (204)620-0488 (co-chair)
Congratulations to Drew Tritthart who won both Kinsmen of the Year and Rookie of the Year.
Congratulations to Dave Roberts who was elected as Vice Governor od District 2.
Congratulations to Stan Patenaude, this year's 400 Club winner who won $2000! The new 400 Club year started in May and there's $50 and $100 winner every week, plus a few major draws throughout the year.
Congratualtions goes out to Dave Robers who won The Pas Citizen of the Year Award.
Kinsmen Club of The Pas also won the awards for Member Recruitment , Dog Race Service Project, and Membership Growth for the Flin Flon/Thompson, and The Pas zone.
The Kinsmen Club of The Pas has been "serving the community's greatest needs" since its Charter as a club on February 16, 1960, as part of the National Association of Kinsmen and Kinette Clubs of Canada.
Kinsmen began in February 1920, when Founder Hal Rogers met with a small group of like-minded individuals who sought fellowship and community service opportunities.
2015-2016 Executive Roster
President: Danny Halpin
1st Vice:Shane Masters
2nd Vice: Dan Kecskes
Treasurer: Ken Tritthart
Secretary: Jesse Soschkit and Brett Hanson
Registar: Vince Kerr
Past President: Riley Wlasichuk
Risk Management: Percy White
Director: Aaron Crowe
Director:Graham Kahler (400 Club)
Membership Director:Drew Tritthart
Bar Chariman: Rick Kerwin and Trevor McCorkill
Bulletin Editor: Ben Walsh
Kinsmen and Kinettes across this great country share a common mission statement:
External mission: "To better our communities by promoting service, fellowship, family values, and national pride".
Internal Mission: "The Association will provide opportunities for members and clubs to develop leaders and to service their communities".
The Pas Kinsmen have embraced that mission in their community endeavors which are featured at this site.
Club members meet every 2nd Thursday from September to May at their clubroom at the Kin Center, 324 Ross Avenue in The Pas, with supper meetings commencing at 7:00 p.m. While productive discussion of the business at hand is the purpose for these meetings, members never lose sight of the necessity for fellowship, which takes place prior to, following, and, on occasion, during the business portion of the evening. Guests are certainly welcome at all such meetings, and we encourage anyone interested to contact a member of the club to act as their host for the evening!