July 5, 2019
Salina Barry, a long-time Sask Sport employee and member of the organization’s executive team, is leaving after three decades of dedicated service.

Barry, Chief Financial Officer, retired from the organization on June 30.

Upon Barry’s retirement, Shauna Hubick assumed the CFO position. Hubick was previously Sask Sport’s Financial Controller.

“On behalf of everyone at Sask Sport, as well as our membership, I would like to thank Salina for her commitment and outstanding service to our organization and the larger sport, culture and recreation community,” said Kevin Gilroy, Chief Executive Officer of Sask Sport.
Coming Soon: Tony Cote Summer Games
The 2019 Tony Cote Summer Games kick off on July 14 at Flying Dust First Nation. 

Over the course of six days, youth athletes from First Nation communities across Saskatchewan will celebrate both sport and culture. Events include athletics, archery, canoeing, cycling, golf, soccer, softball and volleyball.
ICYMI: Sask Sport Annual Report
Sask Sport’s 2018-19 Annual Report is now available online.

The document details achievements from the year, including record sales of Saskatchewan Lotteries products totalling almost $226 million.

For the year, the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund granted more than $53 million to sport, culture and recreation organizations across Saskatchewan. 
Dream Broker Profile    
With the help of the Dream Brokers program at Regina’s Sacred Heart School, Frankie Clampitt has participated in a multitude of sport and culture activities. 

But it’s boxing that brought the upcoming athlete a gold medal. With a first place finish at provincials, Clampitt is now a training in the New Line Boxing Academy’s elite program.
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