In the wake of the tragic accident involving the Humboldt Broncos over the weekend, a gesture to give your condolences comes to our town.

Scott Kuntz volunteered the idea about having what he calls a 'Support Book' to send to the community of Humboldt, SK.

"What we've come up with is a book that people can sign. When something like this happens I don't think people really know what to do and they want to do something," observed Kuntz. "This is a small way that Drumheller can express to the community of Humboldt and everyone involved in the tragedy, that we stand with them and support them. Our thoughts and prayers are with them."supportbook2The support book for the town to sign

"We call it a support book. It will be sent off to the Humboldt Broncos organization in about a week or so," Kuntz detailed to DrumFM. "People can come by (the Badlands Community Facility) and simply sign their name and write a couple of words of encouragement or condolences."

"Being from Saskatchewan myself and growing up in a small community, many times the arena is the center of activity for the town," continued Kuntz. "So we know the impact this can have on people. This is our small way of being able to show support to the people of Saskatchewan."

The book will remain in front of the front desk at the BCF until next week.

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