63rd Annual Young Fellows Club of Weyburn Auction
The Young Fellows Auction is our largest fundraising event of the year. The revenue from all our projects including this auction, our Christmas tree lot, pit roasts, or private and public events are used to support various athletic, educational, parks & recreation, and special needs programs used by people in the Weyburn community. Every dollar raised by the Young Fellows goes back in to the community of Weyburn.
About The Young Fellows Club of Weyburn
Going back to the beginning—the year 1922—the world was in a depression and the young men of Weyburn, as elsewhere, were feeling the loss of companionship gained from the First World War. A group of young men decided to do something about it and several coffee cup discussions later a call was sent out by Don Mitchell to the young men of the city to meet in the city hall on May 18,1922. From this meeting was born “The Young Fellows' Club of Weyburn” with the Aims: To promote the spirit of fraternalism among its members; To develop its members for better citizenship and to contribute in any way which it deemed advisable to public welfare: Choosing constitutionally the admirable motto “WE SERVE”.