Month: May 2017

Don’t Miss Out! “ATV Ride for Mom “

We are days away from the ATV Ride for Mom ride, we only have a few spots left and are sure to sell out this weekend. Don’t miss out “REGISTER TODAY CLICK HERE” If you have already secured your spot we look forward to meeting you on Saturday, June,3rd.
Please remember to collect those pledges and help support the cause. You can down load a pledge sheet by clicking on the link below. 100% of the money collected from the pledges go directly to CancerCare Manitoba. CancaerCare volunteers will be on site the day of the event taking the pledge forms and money. We thank you for your support and we look forward in riding with you next weekend. Pledge Form “CLICK HERE”

Exercise Caution when Riding “Fire Risk”

Please exercise caution when in or near forested areas. If using an ATV, please remember to stay on developed trails, stop frequently to check areas around the engine and exhaust for debris and carefully dispose of any debris found. A small shovel, axe, and fire extinguisher should be carried with your ATV at all times.

Restriction Information

Open fires are prohibited from April 1 to Nov. 15 annually, except under a burning permit or in enclosed approved firepits such as grated campfire pits in provincial campsites.

During the wildfire season there may be times when high to extreme fire danger conditions require the Manitoba government to implement fire and travel restrictions within the province.

Restrictions are limits placed on any activity that has the potential to cause a wildfire under the current or forecasted fire danger conditions. These activities could include travel, industrial operations, agricultural burning, fireworks, outdoor fires, and campfires. These restrictions are issued to protect you, your property and your community.

ATV Ride for Mom has less than 125 spots left!

Eastman ATV Association will be hosting the second ATV “Ride for Mom”, June 3, 2017, supporting CancerCare Manitoba Foundation for Breast Cancer Research.  All funds raised on behalf of CancerCare Manitoba Foundation stay here in Manitoba. to register your group today!

Thanks to research efforts to date, Breast Cancer deaths have decreased by 44% since the peak in 1986.  The importance of early detection makes investment in AWARENESS initiatives equally important to RESEARCH.  Breast Cancer is the most commonly diagnosed Cancer among women with 250 men that were diagnosed in Canada in 2015. Early detection through regular mammograms can lower Breast Cancer deaths by 25%.  Currently Breast Cancer survival in Manitoba is at 85%.  Chances are the Ride for Mom will positively benefit someone you care about.

With your help, we will make sure that help continues to improve into the future.

Hope to see you all on June 3, 2017!

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