On Wednesday’s Morning News, Kevin finds out more about PGA TOUR Canada coming to Dakota Dune and an upcoming talent show being put on by the Saskatoon Council on Aging. Also, Saskatoon’s chief medical officer Dr. Cory Neudorf discusses a study that found disadvantaged people may have shorter life-spans.
PGA TOUR Canada hitting Dakota Dunes
Last year, I had the opportunity to go to the Dakota Dunes to check this tournament out. What a great event.
Now, you’re reading text written by a guy who straight-up doesn’t understand golf. I mean, yeah, hit the ball, there’s the rough, avoid the traps, but getting the club back and then landing your ball on a dime?
What in the heck?
It’s amazing to watch. What a great way to get out, enjoy a day with friends, socialize (within the reasons of not speaking while golf’s going on) and watch some of the best.
Zoomer Idol talent contest
I love that an event exists in this city whose sole objective is to reinvigorate (in some cases) the artistic spirit and/or merits of persons over 55 in our city.
The arts are meant for everyone, but the ever-changing nature of the medium makes it a bit of a task to keep up with!
This event should have quite the draw!
Disadvantaged people live shorter lives: study
Dr. Cory Neudorf, chief medical officer for Saskatoon Health Region, looks at reasons why disadvantaged people may live shorter lives.
Jessica and Kevin preview Thursday’s Morning News