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NOV
27
Volunteer Recognition Dinner
6:30 PM
Edelweiss Sports Bar - Banquet Hall

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  • Next meeting: Volunteer Recognition Dinner --- November 27, 2018

    It's our 30th annual celebration in appreciation of the efforts of the volunteers who work on behalf of the local minor sports groups. Everyone is invited!
  • Welcome to the KSA website

    This site has details of our programs and funding criteria as well as past recipients of KSA funding. Photo: KSA switched to an electronic system for the 50/50 draw effective for the Rangers 2017/18 seas... More
  • The KSA Rangers 50/50 Draw

    Information on the 50/50 draw - rules, winners and more. With the Rangers' 2018/19 season now underway, our sellers are busier than ever using the electronic system installed last year. Proceeds from the 5... More
  • The KSA Titans 50/50 Draw

    KSA welcomes the KW Titans for their 3rd season and is pleased that basketball fans are again able to support local sports programs by participating in the KSA 50/50 draw at each home game. So, we hope you en... More
  • Don Cameron: 1936 - 2018

    Don Cameron, the Voice of the Kitchener Rangers for over 50 years, passed away on June 7, 2018.
  • 2018 Donations

    KSA donations and project funding in the year ending June 30, 2018 totaled over $207,000. Local athletes and sports programs benefit from the ongoing support of our 50/50 draws and bingo sessions.
  • May 16, 2018

    WEDNESDAY May 16, 2018 --- social at 5:30 pm followed by a processional at 6:30 with grace, dinner & program at 6:45 pm. Special MC Neil Aitchison, 12 of the area's top athletes -- Jamal Murray - KW & area'... More
  • April 17, 2018 KSA Scholarship Dinner

    There were 8 KSA scholarship recipients introduced at the KSA Scholarship Awards Dinner held April 17, 2018 at the Edelweiss.
  • 2017 Meetings and Highlights

    KSA's 2017 year in review: Recap of all meetings and highlights including links to the Volunteer, Scholarship and Athlete of the Year dinners
  • Volunteer Recognition Dinner Nov. 21, 2017

    23 local minor sports groups honoured one of their key volunteers at KSA's 29th annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner
  • 2017 Donations

    KSA donations in the year ending June 30, 2017 totaled over $200,000. Our local minor athletes truly benefit from the support of the sporting community --- THANKS!
  • We provide funding assistance to local minor athletes, sports groups and charities.

    Founded in 1944 in response to the need for an all-event year-round sports and entertainment facility, KSA has continued on in the community providing funding to local minor athletes and sports groups. Ann... More
  • 2016 Athlete of the Year Award

    2016 Athlete of the Year Award Mark Scheifele of the Winnipeg Jets (NHL)
  • KSA Awards of Excellence for 2017

    KSA Awards of Excellence for 2017 Individual - Bruce Young Team - Kitchener Minor Baseball's 2016 minor bantam Tier-1 team Organization - Waterloo Regional Boxing Academy
  • The KSA Scholarship Program

    This program was started in 1996 to benefit Kitchener residents graduating from high-school and going on to further their education. As of 2017, KSA is offering up to 8 scholarship awards of $1,500 each t... More
  • April 18, 2017 Scholarships

    KSA awarded 8 scholarships in 2017 at a dinner featuring guest speaker Samuel Baxter.
  • Let's ensure everyone gets to play!

    The KSA Fee-assistance Program was initiated in early 2013 - just in time for the spring registration session. The program provides funding support to local minor sports groups that publicly promote the fa... More
  • KSA Volunteer Recognition Program

    KSA's Volunteer Recognition Program has turned into an annual affair at which local minor sports groups have the opportunity to have one of their volunteers publicly recognized. It all started back in 1989 ... More
  • The KSA Ted Scharf Humanitarian Award

    Since 2003, the KSA "Ted Scharf" Humanitarian Award has been awarded to a Kitchener Rangers player at the end of the season in recognition of his volunteer efforts in the community. The award for 2017/18 was... More