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2nd Annual Dirty Girls Thunder Bay

Rock 94 is proud to support the 2nd Annual Dirty Girls Thunder Bay. This 5k obstacle filled fun run through the mud,  in support of the Canadian Cancer Society, is Saturday August 9th at This Old Barn in Murillo.

The course and obstacles are being designed and manned by members of the Lakehead Superior Scottish Regiment.
This year, the event is 100% just for fun. No timing, just a fantastic time for the girls, all in support of a great cause.

Registration for the 5 lady teams will be Saturday January 18th, 9:30-6 Sunday, January 19th Noon-5pm at Intercity Mall in the Promotions Court. Registration fee is $60 plus HST ($67.80) per person  Please note, last year’s event sold out within 3 hours, so come out early to ensure your team gets a spot.
This is a ladies only event, however anyone is able to come out and watch the event and enjoy the day!  Spectators be sure to come ready to enjoy a great day filled with music, amazing food provided by This Old Barn, a beer and cocktail area, shopping, pampering and more!
Admission to watch the event is $10 per vehicle at the gate.
For more information, registration forms, and training tips visit dirtygirlstbay.com

Motors and Muscles Draw 2014

The 2014 Motors and Muscles Raffle in support of Our Kids Count. This year only 650 tickets will be sold offering a chance to win $33,614 dollars in cash and prizes including the Grand Prize of a 2014 Harley-Davidson Classic FXSB Motorcycle valued at $29,114.
Net proceeds from ticket sales will go to Our Kids Count, A kitchen for the Community at 704 McKenzie Street.
This draw has sold out the past 8 years in a row and has helped raise thousands of dollars for local charities.

Draw date is August 24th, 2014. Only 650 Tickets to be sold.
Tickets are $100 each and available at:
• Our Kids Count
• Half-Way Motors Nissan
• Equipment World
• Naturally Fit
• Excalibur Motorcycle Works
• Thunder Bay Harley Davidson
• Canadian Tire (Thunder Centre)
• OLG Casino Thunder Bay
• Auto Home Paints

Trail of Hearts 2014

Saturday, May 24, 2014 beginning at 8:00 a.m.  Registration is encouraged as well as pledging and contributions for the Northern Hearts.  Funds raised will enable Northern Hearts to decrease the incidence of heart disease through preventative programming and educational workshops.
The run/ hike will take place at beautiful Sleeping Giant Provincial Park.  There will be three distances for participants to choose from: a 22km, 12km or a 5km.  The free transportation on the ‘Fun Bus’ will be leaving from the Trowbridge parking lot  at 5:30 am to transport you to the event.  Registrants can take part in a day full of trails, friends, fun, BBQ and prizes! 
To register and more information, visit www.trailofhearts.ca.  Or contact Nicole at Ollivier Strategies!
Event Co-ordinator:   Nicole Konkin 286-0046  or email at:  nicole@ollivierstrategies.com
 

Conquer the Fort MUDRUN

Rock 94 is proud to support Conquer the Fort MUDRUN. Saturday July 12th, 2014 at Fort William Historical Park.
This event is in support of Special Olympics Ontario in partnership with the Law Enforcement Torch Run.
Conquer the Fort is a funtastic 7km Mud Run complete with tonnes of obstacles to challenge your inner mudder!  Open to both men and women, teams or individuals you can expect to Conquer the Fort through muck, madness and mayhem!  The event is scheduled for Saturday, July 12th at Fort William Historical Park.
Looking for an extra challenge?  You can sign up in the timed/competitive category.  Visit conquerthefort.ca for registration forms and details!  This event is limited to the first 1000 registrants.
Conquer the Fort is open to spectators and is family friendly!  We also invite participants and friends to celebrate with our post-race Mud Bash featuring food, bevies, music and more!  Admission into the event is $5 per person (Race participants and children under 12 are free).
Registration is Saturday, March 8th from 9am until 6pm at The Home Depot (Thunder Centre)
Date/Time: Saturday, July 12, 2014
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

St John Ambulance 2014 Spring RV Raffle

Rock 94 is proud to support The St John Ambulance 2014 Spring RV Raffle

St. John Ambulance is springing into summer this year with the launch of the annual "Spring into Summer" Trailer Draw. All proceeds from the trailer draw will support St. John Ambulance's Community Service Programs which include the  Medical First Response Division (MFR), Car Seat Safety Inspection Program, Therapy Dog Program, School Safety and Education Programs, and the Youth Cadet and Crusader Program.
The St John Ambulance trailer volunteers will be at various locations and events throughout the coming months, giving you the opportunity to see the Jayco Jay Flight Travel Trailer, and purchase your ticket. Tickets are only $10 and are available at St. John Ambulance, The Power Centre, Smith’s RV Centre, Wilderness Supply and Lakehead Communications.

The grand prize draw will be on Wednesday June 20th at 2pm, at St. John’s Ambulance. In addition to the grand prize there is also a Second, a Third and early Bird Draws. All early bird winners are eligible for all subsequent draws. By purchasing your ticket before April 13 your ticket will be eligible for all 22 draws.
Grand Prize:
2014 32' Jayco Jay Flight BHDS Travel Trailer
Value: $40,019
Sponsored by: Smith's RV Centre

Second Prize:
2 Expression Kayaks
Including Paddles and Life Jackets
Value: $3,227.28
Sponsored by: Wilderness Supply

Third Prize:
1 Return Trip for 2 People to Any Scheduled WestJet Destination*
Value: $2,200
Sponsored by: WestJet

Early Birds:
Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 - 3:00 PM
Four (4) - 2 tickets and a Family First Aid Kit
One (1)  - Bluetooth Car Speakerphone
One (1)  - Cordless Phone
Two (2)  - Faulkner Directors Chair
Six (6)    - In-Times Watches
One (1)  - Techno Wear Jacket

Wednesday, May 21st - 3:00 PM
Two (2) - Samsung Tablets
One (1) - Fish Finder
One (1) - $500 Cash Prize
One (1) - Master Chef Barbecue

Lottery License #M7138085

2014 Classic Car Raffle in support of The Thunder Bay Historical Museum

Rock 94, is proud to present the 2014 Classic Car Raffle in support of The Thunder Bay Historical Museum

The 2014 CLASSIC CAR RAFFLE

1967 Ford Mustang Fastback (value of prize: $37,800)
Raffled by the Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society
Lottery License Number:  M738045
Ticket Price:  $15/each, 2 for $20 or 5 for $40

To purchase tickets make out a cheque to the Thunder Bay Museum, and send it to 425 Donald Street East, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada P7E 5V1, or use Visa or MasterCard by calling (807) 623-0801, faxing (807) 622-6880, or emailing us at the address above. Please include your name, phone number, charge card number, its expiry date and your mailing address. (Must be 18 or over to purchase tickets. Winner is responsible for picking up the car or arranging for its shipping).

Tickets are now available
DRAW DATE:  September 8, 2014, at 5pm
Email inquiries to:  mustang@thunderbaymuseum.com

Beautifully-restored to GT Equipment Group specifications in 2000, this 1967 Mustang Fastback is a joy to drive. Its numbers-matching 289cid V8, complete with a 4-barrel Motorcraft AFB carb, headers, working Boss hood scoop, and dual exhaust gives it superb acceleration, while a new electronic ignition ensures easy starts. Disc brakes help it stop on a dime. An upgraded front suspension, extra leaf springs at the rear and traction bars make this car handle the road like few other Mustangs. The odometer shows just 110,600 miles. A recent appraisal notes that the hood, doors and trunk are properly fitted and fender areas free of obvious imperfections. The metallic paint is in good condition with no signs of rippling or orange peel. A few, very minor, paint flaws on the hood can only be seen on close inspection. The colour is Candy Apple Red. The black hood scoop (fully functional) and front spoiler were not standard on this car, but they look great. Also available for installation, should you wish, is a 1969 rear window louver. It rides on Cooper Cobra G/T white-letter radials (235/60 R14 front and rear) mounted on Rally rims and hubcaps (all in great shape). Inside, a new deluxe black interior was installed when the car was restored a few years ago; a single tear on the front seat is the only obvious flaw. This 1967 Mustang Fastback is a high quality, fully-restored, modern classic that begs to be driven. It’s been well maintained and reconditioned to keep it roadworthy, reliable and stunning to look at.
SPECIFICATONS:
• Candy Apple Red exterior metallic paint
• Deluxe interior (door panels and console shift)
• 289 cid V-8 engine (with original 302 block)
• Big block shock towers (from a 1969 Cougar XR7)
• 10.0:1 Compression ratio
• 4 bbl Motorcraft AFB carburetor
• 225 horsepower @ 4,800 rpm, 305 ft-lbs torque @ 3400 rpm
• Dual exhaust with Thrush Mufflers
• Numbers-matching car
• 3-speed Cruise-O-Matic C-4 automatic transmission with floor shifter
• 2.79:1 Axle Ratio
• Rally rims, hubcaps and beauty rings with Cooper Cobra G/T Radial, white letter tires, 235/60 R14 (front and rear)
• Original radio
• Disc brakes, front and rear
• Mach 1 hood scoop
• Weight: 3,400 lbs
• Wheelbase: 108 inches
• Length: 183.6 inches
• Built in Dearborn, Mich: Factory price in March, 1967: $3,306
• Originally purchased in Ontario, stored for most of the 1980s and 1990s, and restored by the 4th owner in 2000
• Data Plate Code: 63A-T-2A-17C-81-0-W

28th Annual Canada Day Rotary House Lottery

Rock 94 is proud to support the 28th Annual Canada Day Rotary House Lottery !

The Grand Prize Draw will take place on CANADA DAY at 6:30 pm at Marina Park

The 1745 square foot home, built by C. Kelos Homes, is a 3 bedroom home with plenty of added features that are sure to impress.

The house includes a 4 piece main bathroom and ensuite. The living room and dining room have hardwood floors. The kitchen comes with granite counter tops and a set of new 4 Energy Star appliances. The house comes equipped with a washer and dryer, high-efficiency furnace, air conditioning and air exchange system, and a security system.

Come see this fantastic home for yourself at 230 Sunflower St., Thunder Bay! The house is open to visitors every Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5pm

Or take the virtual tour online at : www.fwrotary.ca


Tickets are on sale now!
Only 10,000 tickets will be sold at $100 per ticket.
Less than 8,000 remain, buy yours now!
Method of payment to be cash, cheque, debit/interact, MasterCard or Visa.

Where to buy tickets:

at the house during open house events
Every Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5pm

at Intercity Mall from April 21st to 27th

And at the TBRHSC
From March 24th to 28th
And from April 7th to 11th

Early Bird Cash Prizes:
16 April 2014 $5,000
23 April 2014 $5,000
30 April 2014 $5,000
7 May 2014 $5,000
14 May 2014 $5,000
21 May 2014 $5,000
28 May 2014 $5,000
4 June 2014 $5,000
11 June 2014 $5,000
18 June 2014 $5,000
All Early Bird Draws prior to July 1, 2013 will take place at 4:30 p.m. at the office of Peter Stetsko Chartered Accountant, 136 McKellar St. N. Thunder Bay, ON. All tickets for Early Bird draws must be in 72 hours prior to draw.

This lottery is open to anyone 18 years of age and over. Tickets must be purchased in Ontario.

Ontario Lottery License #6365.

16th Annual Family of Dragons Festival

Rock 94 is proud to sponsor the 16th Annual Family of Dragons Festival.

After 16 Years, inviting everyone to a summer celebration

2014 is brand new.  We call it the Family of Dragons Festival, July 18 & 19, the first "ever".  We are bringing fun family activities to the shores of Boulevard Lake: learn to juggle, become a slack-liner, aim for the target, and let the children cool off on the beach slip & slide.  There will be races for all ages on the water.  Naturally there will be dragon boats races to provide competition for those that paddle for a little more than just pleasure and fitness. 
 

This event is proud to support the following organizations:
1. Canadian Diabetes Association
2. Catholic Family Development Centre
3.  Heart & Stroke Foundation
4.  Canadian Mental Health Association
 

For more information or to register your team visit www.paddlesport.org

3rd Annual Hike for Hospice

Rock 94 is proud to support the 2014 Hike for Hospice Palliative Care.

Founded in 1987, Hospice Northwest is dedicated to providing compassionate support to individuals and their families living with a life limiting illness or those in need of grief and bereavement support.
They tailor their services to meet individual needs and to lessen the burdens of suffering, loneliness and grief.
Hike for Hospice is a unique national fundraising event held across Canada that brings together organizations working together in hospice palliative care to raise funds and awareness in their community!
Please consider joining us for a 3 km or 5 km hike around scenic Boulevard Lake.
When:   Sunday, May 4th
Where:  Boulevard Lake
How:    Collect pledges to enter
Registration for the Hike for Hospice is now open.
Minimum suggested donation amount is $50 for individuals or $500 for teams of 10. Participants are encouraged to collect pledges online or by picking up a pledge sheet at the Hospice Northwest office.

Event Schedule
Friday, May 2nd, 2014
Hospice Northwest Office, 63 Carrie Street
9:00 am-7:00 pm: Registration/Sign up at the Hospice Northwest office
Sunday, May 4th, 2014
St. Ignatius High School
9:30 -10:30 am: Meet at St. Ignatius High School for complimentary coffee and muffins, last minute registrations and our Opening Remembrance Ceremonies.
Boulevard Lake
10:45 am: Warm-up exercises and cutting of the ribbon to kick off the 3 km and 5 km Hikes around Boulevard Lake
Upon completion of the Hike, participants will be asked to meet in the gym at St. Ignatius High School where festivities will continue until 1:00 pm.
12:00 - 1:00 pm: Complimentary Lunch for Participants at St. Ignatius High School followed by awarding of prizes and calling of raffle tickets, entertainment by local musicians and closing thanks.

$40k in 40 Days

Rock 94 is proud to support ‘40K in 40 days’

‘40k In 40 Days – Help us cut head and neck cancer out’

This fundraising initiative aims to raise $40,000 in 40 Days in support of the Exceptional Cancer Care Campaign at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre.
Michael Muia, owner of Michael’s Hair Design and Day Spa, was diagnosed with tongue cancer this past fall. Following his diagnosis, Michael shared the news on his Facebook. Almost immediately good wishes came flooding in, with likes and shares at a rate the took Michael by surprise.

This outpouring of care and compassion inspired Michael to start a community fundraiser to support head and neck cancer care at the Health Sciences Centre through the Thunder Bay Regional Sciences Foundation’s Exceptional Cancer Care Campaign.
With Help from his family and friends, Michael’s Fundraising Campaign, titled Forty in Forty, is set to run from March 17 to April 25 and aims to raise at least $40,000 in 40 days.

There are pledge sheets at salons and other businesses across the city for people to donate by cash or cheque. Starting March 17th, there will also be a Facebook page at www.facebook.com/40kin40days that will link to a page where you can donate online.

Michael feels grateful for being given a second chance. His hope is for Forty In Forty to spread awareness about head and neck cancer, of which there have been many cases in Thunder bay, and to support exceptional diagnosis, treatment and research locally to give residents the very best chance to survive cancer.

The 40 day fundraising campaign will wrap up on Friday April 25th, with a party at the CLE Coliseum, 8pm-1am.
The night starts with a fashion & hair show at 8 p.m. featuring Thunder Bay's trendiest salons - then keep the party goin' with live entertainment, food, and prizes! Tickets are $5, available at participating businesses.
All proceeds from the night will support $40K in 40 days campaign. Visit them on facebook at facebook.com/40kin40days

St Patrick High School - Wizard of Oz

St Patrick High school presents the magical story of four strangers, one witch, and an impossible journey- The Wizard Of Oz.
The show runs from May 5th-10th in the Selkirk Auditorium (Located in St Pats High School) Tickets are $18 and can be purchased from the St Pats main office. The students and staff will be donating all proceeds to Camp Quality NWO and Our Kids Count. With an extremely talented group of performers this is sure to be a fantastic show.

Auditions started at the beginning of the school year. The show was cast in early October, and rehearsals started right away. The show is musically directed by Danny Johnson and music will be performed by the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra. The show has been choreographed by BOUNCE Productions.
The decision was made to perform the Wizard of Oz in celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the film. There is a whole team that has come together to work on this magical production, over 100 students and 50 staff.

Tent City @ Lakehead Hangar - Gear Up For Outdoors

Join ROCK 94 LIVE on Location on Saturday, April 26th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Check out their website here!

41st Annual Folklore Festival

Rock 94 is proud to sponsor The 41st Annual Folklore Festival presented by the Multicultural Association Saturday, May 3 and Sunday, May 4 at the Fort William Gardens

Adults $5, Seniors/Students $3, Children 4-12 $1, Under 4 FREE

Festival hours are Saturday, 12 noon to 11 pm and Sunday 12 noon to 7 pm.  The Festival is fully accessible.  A Pre-Festival display and Press Conference including Entertainment will be held the week prior to the Festival at Intercity Shopping Centre with the Press Conference on April 26.  Programs including the Sponsors, Entertainment Schedule, Food and Exhibit Booths will be distributed. Opening ceremonies, with the “Parade of Nations”, dignitaries, the Thunder Bay Multicultural Association Board of Directors, and Sponsors, will be held at 2 pm Saturday May 3 on the Main Stage. 

More than 1,000 volunteers assist in planning, and preparing the site decorations, stage, food and exhibit booths, the Children’s Area, promotion and organization.  Because of these special people, Festival visitors have the unique opportunity to experience this exquisite multicultural mosaic, the largest presentation in our Region.

For more information visit : www.folklorefestival.ca