UNIFIED BULLETIN: B3 XTREME
Last Summer the city of Yorkton, SK in Canada was hit by a severe flash flood that destroyed a section of the city. In an effort to turn a negative into a positive, the Yorkton Skateboard Club has come up with an excellent idea. They propose to build a catch basin that will hold the water in the event of another heavy rain storm to ensure that flash flooding does not further damage the city. They would also like to install a fresh green walking trail around the catch basin that would serve as a public park for the all of the citizens of Yorkton to enjoy. Finally, they want to build a much-needed public cement skate plaza adjacent to the walking trail to solve the long-time problem of not having a legitimate skate park in their town. The Yorkton Skateboard Club and their local shop B3extreme are attempting to raise money for this project through the Aviva Community Fund contest which is dedicated to improving communities in Canada.
You can get involved by visiting Yorkton's Aviva page.
In other Unified News, Let It Roll's Tim Lay gets 31 at 31, Homebase is set to wrap up their Saugy S.K.A.T.E. contest, and FTC is holding a Dave Chami photo show. Check all of this out and more in the Unified Bulletin.