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July 2012


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July 2012
  Start Date End Date Event Details Location
Jul 02Jul 02Manitoba Lotteries Thanks Coach!Do you know a great Power Smart Manitoba Games Coach? Recognize them for all their hard work and dedication. Nomination deadline is July 2. Nominate online now!View More
Jul 15Jul 212012 Power Smart Manitoba Summer GamesThe largest ongoing multi-sport program bringing together participants from across the province takes place this summer in Swan Valley.View More
Jul 15Jul 152012 PSMG Opening CeremoniesOpening Ceremonies Phase I Participants - Swan Valley Agricultural Grounds Sunday, July 15, 2012 8:30 p.m. Free View More
Jul 15Jul 212012 PSMG Sport SchedulesIndividual sport schedulesView More
Jul 21Jul 212012 PSMG Closing CeremoniesClosing Ceremonies Phase II Participants - Swan River Agricultural Grounds Saturday, July 21, 2012 2:30 p.m. Free View More
Jul 27Aug 19Manitoba Lotteries Flight DeckWin tickets to a Winnipeg Blue Bomber home game for your entire amateur sports team thanks to Manitoba Lotteries. Application deadline is Sunday August 19.View More

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