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Afternoon with the Goldeyes



Back in 2009 when B’nai Brith was celebrating its 100th anniversary of Community Service in Manitoba, Earl J. Barish, Past Chair of the Executive Board of B’nai Brith Canada created a new Community Service project originally called “A Nite with the Goldeyes” (then changed to “Afternoon with the Goldeyes”).

The goal was simple: raise enough money to sponsor 500 people from different service agencies to enjoy a Winnipeg Goldeyes baseball game, food and souvenirs.

Many service agencies in the city could bring or send their clients to enjoy a great experience at no cost. And after 7 years over 8100 recipients have benefited from this Program!

Some of the agencies that participate are: Anishinaabe Child & Family Service, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, Boys & Girls Club, CancerCare Manitoba, Cerebral Palsy of Manitoba, Children’s Rehab, Dasch Foundation, Dream Factory, Jewish Child & Family Service, Jocelyn House, MacDonald Youth Services, Manitoba Down Syndrome Society, Manitoba Foster Family Network, Marymound, Multiple Sclerosis Society, R.B. Russell-Brian MacKinnon’s Y-Not, Ronald McDonald House, Shalom Residences, Siloam Mission, SMD, Special Olympics, St. Amant, Variety the Children’s Charity, Winnipeg Child & Family Service, Youth Agencies Alliance.

We are now at the 8th Annual B’nai Brith “Afternoon with the Goldeyes”. Earl Barish continues to be even more passionate about this Community Service Project and will make it happen again. Over 1650 people from over 60 different service agencies are expected to participate on Sunday, August 14th, 2016. The game this year will be Winnipeg Goldeyes vs Wichita Wingnuts.
But no matter what is the result of the game, many faces will have a big smile at the end of the day. Another meaningful B’nai Brith mission will be accomplished!

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  • August 14, 2016 at 11:30am – 4:30pm
  • Adriana Glikman

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