The CFCR membership drive, Ag in the City and Transgendered awareness week were featured on Friday’s Morning News.
Kevin is revved up about people volunteering at CFCR
When I was a little volunteer at Rogers Television at 16 years old, I still wasn’t quite sure what I wanted to do with my life. Now, largely thanks to the experiences I got to have at Rogers, I’m doing what I love and likely will for a long time to come.
CFCR is another such location where one can not only learn a new, valuable skill (never underestimate performance!) but you can connect to your community in a way you’ve never considered.
Absolutely worth checking out.
It was a tasty temptation for Melissa at Ag in the City
Ag in the City is a great way to show people exactly how vital agricultural is to our world. Saskatchewan products cover such a vast range from the grain for breads, lentils for soups or the steak for the barbeque.
The event on Saturday will feature exhibitors with interactive displays, a children’s learning zone along with a main stage that will include a live cooking show and an opportunity to meet local farmers.
This morning I really enjoyed doing the DNA extraction. I didn’t realize just how quick it can be done! We were able to see my DNA within an hour. And here’s a neat fact! Did you know our DNA is 50 per cent similar to that of a banana?!
This is just one of the many things that can be learned at Lawson Mall Saturday during Ag in the City.
And if you would like to take a closer look at your DNA you can do so that the stage at 1:30pm.
Jai Richards opens up to Jessica about being transgendered
It was very interesting to learn about Saskatoon’s transgender community first hand.
Jai Richards was born biologically female, but transitioned to male in 2011. He appreciates how far society has come when recognizing trans people, but says we still have a ways to go.
Like I said a very interesting interview, make sure to check it out for yourself!
Jessica and Kevin preview Monday’s Morning News