The National President of Kin Canada Erin Thomson visited Estevan on Thursday. Each year the president has an opportunity to visit one of the many districts across Canada. District 3 which Estevan resides in, was chosen this year. 

"The aim and the goal of Kin Canada is to be truly unstoppable", Erin explains. "I believe you can do that by being possibility thinkers".

If you try to imagine Estevan without the Kin Clubs, you start seeing a community with areas that don't have parks or arenas, and even food banks without food on the shelves. "We want to make sure that every single community has it's needs met". President Thomson Continues "the internal motto of Kin Canada is to serve the communities greatest needs. I believe if we continue to be possibility thinkers and find ways to push through hurdles while not taking no for an answer, we truly can be unstoppable. 

Anyone who is nineteen or older can join a Kin Club. A great way to start getting involved is by meeting a Kin member at one of their many events or, you can head to www.kincanada.ca or join them on Facebook.

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