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The government of Manitoba is honouring the Kinsmen Club’s century of service by making Feb. 20 “Kinsmen Recognition Day”.

“I am proud to sign this proclamation, which celebrates the enormous contribution that Kinsmen Club of Winnipeg has made to build a better province through a century of fundraising and volunteerism,” said Heritage and Tourism Minister Glen Simard.

The fundraising organization, founded in 1920, held its first meeting in 1924 and is the second-oldest Kinsmen Club in Canada.

“Like they have for a century, the Kinsmen Club continues to provide fellowship while actively promoting community involvement that addresses the needs of the community,” said Simard.

“Their day-to-day operations are emblematic of the kindness and generosity that makes friendly Manitoba one of the most welcoming places in the world.”

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