This weekend, Saskatchewan will come together once again to ring those phones and support our very own Telemiracle. The 42nd edition of the telethon happens Saturday and Sunday at the Conexus Arts Centre in Regina.

Preparations for the event have been underway for some time, and this week, the members of the committee and hundreds of Kinsmen and Kinette volunteers from across the province will gather to put the show on and take your donations for the Kinsmen Telemiracle Foundation, which helps people in our communities access special needs equipment and medical treatment.

Scott Lamb, a member of the Swift Current Kinsmen Club and Chairman of the Telemiracle Foundation, joined Colin on the Redhead Equipment Magic Morning Show today.

A number of Kinsmen and Kinette volunteers from southwest Saskatchewan will be on hand for Telemiracle 42, including Shaunavon's Hunter Brothers as part of the National Cast, and Swift Current's Central School Choir and Bucket Drummers as part of the long list of Saskatchewan talent.

Telemiracle starts Saturday night at 9:00pm and runs to Sunday afternoon at 5:00pm! You can catch it live on CTV or in person at Conexus Arts Centre (200 Lakeshore Dr. in Regina) for free!

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