11th Annual Extreme Carnage in Coaldale
Excitement so BIG we have to call this Extreme!
We have made BIG exciting changes for 2020
YOU WANTED MORE... YOU'VE GOT IT!
More Excitement, More Energy, More Entertainment, More Events, More Fun For The Whole Family...
Don't miss this unforgettable 2 day event.
The Kinsmen Club of Coaldale presents the
2021 Winner's Choice Harley Raffle
and Kin Win 50/50 Raffle
now featuring 3 early bird prizes
Early Bird draw 1 June 6, 2021 $500
Early Bird draw 2 July 17, 2021 $1500
Early Bird draw 3 August 14, 2021 $3000
Harley Raffle License #570372. 23,800 tickets
(1 for $10, 3 for $25, 7 for $50 or 15 for $100)
Kin Win 50/50 License #570373.
(1 for $5 or 13 for $50)
SOME RESTRICTIONS APPLY. Must be 18 years or older to purchase.
Prizes won by minors are subject to the Public Trustee Act.
Items may not be exactly as shown.
Online ticket purchases limited to Alberta Residents Only. All online purchases outside of Alberta will be refunded.
Grand Prize winner announced December 31, 2021 at McLennan's Cocktails and Cues 1711 - 20th Ave Coaldale, AB
The Annual Extreme Carnage in Coaldale
has been cancelled for 2021
Due to the COVID-19 situation
We unfortunately will be cancelling our 2021 Events.
We look forward to seeing you all again in 2022.
Thank you for your continued support!
Congratulations to our 2020 Winners
The winner of the 2020 Harley raffle draw is Raylene Boehmer of Coaldale, Alberta. Raylene had a choice of 5 prizes and she has decided to take the $40,000 cash. Ticket #1489 was purchased online.
The winner of the 2020 50/50 Draw in the amount of $25,000 is Brian Peters of Blackfalds, Alberta.
Kin Canada Causes
Canadian Blood Services
Canadian Blood Services is the national, not-for-profit, healthcare organization that manages Canada’s blood supply in all provinces and territories outside of Québec. They also administer the OneMatch Stem Cell program and Marrow Network & the National Public Cord Blood Bank.
Partnering with CBS helps to fulfill a huge national need and complements our relationship with Cystic Fibrosis Canada. Fifty-two percent of Canadians say they or a family member have needed blood. Someone with leukemia can need up to 8 donors worth of blood a week. Kinsmen, Kinette and Kin Clubs serve the community’s greatest need. Donating blood is a nation-wide need that touches most Canadians in their lifetime. More than 80,000 first-time blood donors are needed this year to meet hospital demand. https://www.blood.ca/
Kin Canada is a proud national partner of Cystic Fibrosis Canada. Each year Kinsmen and Kinettes host a variety of fundraising and awareness-building activities in support of the battle against cystic fibrosis. Since 1964, Kin members have raised more than $45 million for cystic fibrosis research and patient care.
When Kinsmen and Kinettes first joined the fight against CF in 1964, children with the disease were not expected to live past the age of four. But today, children and young adults with cystic fibrosis are often living into their mid-50s and beyond. An extra year of life for a CF child has been earned for almost every year of Kin support. Cystic Fibrosis Canada could never have come so far, so fast, without the continued support of Kin. https://www.cysticfibrosis.ca/
Organ & Tissue Donor Awareness
Promoting organ donation awareness was the first national public awareness project of Kin Canada. Established in 2001, the Kin Organ Donation Awareness Campaign (Kin-ODAC) honoured Andrew Hatfield, a St. John’s East Kin Kid with a congenital heart disease who died waiting for a heart transplant. Andrew dreamed of helping other transplant hopefuls by raising awareness about the importance of organ donation. Because of Andrew, Kin have been raising awareness in communities across Canada so that, one day, no one will have to die waiting for an organ.
In 2016/17, tissue donation awareness was added to the campaign and the program is now recognized as the Kin Organ and Tissue Awareness Campaign. While the name of the campaign has changed, Andrew Hatfield and the impact of the Kin-ODAC are not forgotten.
Organ and tissue donation awareness is a natural extension of our partnerships with Cystic Fibrosis Canada and Canadian Blood Services. This is because most people with Cystic Fibrosis eventually need a lung transplant in order to live with the disease. Canadian Blood Services is an integral part of the donation and transplantation system. https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Pages/OTDRHome.aspx
Post-secondary education is expensive. Let us help!
Kin Canada Bursaries, a program of the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund (HREF), awarded 35 deserving students with a $1,000 bursary for their 2018-19 school year. Successful applicants were chosen based on their community and school involvement, knowledge of Kin Canada and financial need. Since its inception in 1994, $1,019,000 has been awarded to 1019 students across Canada. The amount disbursed in any one year depends on the balance of the Hal Rogers Endowment Fund and its governing laws.
Kin Canada Clubs play a vital role in the Kin Canada Bursaries program. They make donations to grow the fund, which affects how many bursaries are awarded each year. For more information on how to apply or donate visit the Kin Canada Bursaries Page. https://www.kincanada.ca/bursaries