IBEW Local 2067 has always promoted family and community. On February 19th, 2018 we had a chance to support both when Sister Nicole Stewart spearheaded a unique opportunity. The Northern Saskatchewan community of Sandy Bay (pop. 1200) hosts Family Day celebrations annually, encouraging the community to get outside for family fun. Sis. Stewart contacted the Local 2067 office and inquired about getting toques and mitts sent up to the remote community to allow the young people to enjoy the day while staying comfortable and warm. Local 2067 procured $2,400 worth of toques and convinced the major employer in the community, SaskPower, to supply mittens and scarves to match. The clothing had quite the trip: it was chauffeured by car from Regina, SK to Nipawin, SK (360km), then caught a plane for a 270km flight to Island Falls, there it finally met up with Sis. Stewart who took it the final 5km to the community of Sandy Bay. Local 2067 Business Manager Brother Jason Tibbs stated “It was a great opportunity to show the community of Sandy Bay that the IBEW and SaskPower care about them, and their contributions to the utility and province. We hope they enjoy the Stat Holiday”.