The Extreme Sackville committee would like to take this opportunity, before the show begins, to thank everyone for taking part in this inspiring community event. It has been a pleasure and a privilege to get to know and work with the key players in and around town, and a pleasant surprise to recognize how large a group of people you really are. The drive, dedication and impact that come from the meeting of the minds by likeminded community-driven partners never ceases to amaze me. The town of Sackville, as well as those communities surrounding it are extremely privileged to have so many people strive with impressive perseverance to make it an even more beautiful, healthy, safe and exciting place to be.
To date, the partners that are participating in this event are the following:
Tantramar Family Resource Center
Town of Sackville
Daybreak Activity Center
Mike’s Bike Shop
Sackville Co-Op Food Market
MTA Bike Co-Op
Sackville Tribune Post
CHMA 106.9 FM Sackville
XL 96.9 / C103 Moncton radio stations
CKDH.FM News Amherst
CFTA 107.9 Community Radio for Cumberland-Westmorland
Anglophone East School District
Advertisement has been made via various Facebook pages, namely that of Sackville New-Brunswick, Tantramar Family Resource Centre and through Matt Macduff himself. Articles have appeared on the Sackville Tribune Post’s website. Posters have been made visible throughout the Town of Sackville, as well as in a few places outside of town, including Amherst. The bike being given away is being displayed in various local businesses. As of right now, you can go check the bike out at the Sackville Co-Op Food Market by the transcanada highway (route 2) exit 504.
If you know of any youth association, group or club that would fit the goals set out by this event, and would like to either set up a kiosk or simply hand out promotion or information pamphlets, please feel free to forward them my email address (firstname.lastname@example.org)
For more information, or to help promote the event, please contact Amélie Jarvis-Lavoie email@example.com.
If possible, we ask that all sponsors and partners, who have tents, kiosks, cruisers and the likes, be on site, set up and ready to go before the event starts (approx. 11:30 a.m.). This is simply to avoid clutter, confusion and to ensure the safety of everyone on site.
Amélie Jarvis-Lavoie is the Sackville RCMP’s community policing officer.