Crescent Point is proud to sponsor Team Steve Laycock. The Decisive Farming Curlingtown presented by Crescent Point Energy is an annual event where the team travels and visits communities across Saskatchewan teaching kids aged 11 & under the basics of the game along with the importance of work ethic, confidence, and teamwork. To date, this initiative has visited 17 communities and reached over 500 kids. The team hopes to grow this initiative further as their brand presence in Saskatchewan continues to rise. The team also makes a donation to one local charity per year based on their tour earnings which Crescent Point matches.
In addition to supporting Classroom Champions, we feel it’s important to support some of the athletes who give their time to make the program such a success. We’re proud to support the following Champions in their Olympic journeys:
- Sam Edney - Canadian Luge Athlete, 3x Olympian
- Michelle Salt - Paralympic Snowboarder
- Sam Effah - 2x Canadian National Champion, 100m Sprint and World Championship competitor
- Tristan Walker & Justin Snith - Champions and 2x Olympians in Doubles Luge
Break the ice
The Colorado Avalanche Break the Ice program gives third and fifth grade students the opportunity to receive free skating instruction at the Avalanche Practice Facility. Crescent Point employees regularly volunteer their time to teach the participants how to skate. The program supports children in sport and creates long lasting memories for kids who are exposed to a new activity.
We recognize that recreation plays a major part in every community. Rec centres not only host a number of sporting activities, but serve as a hub for community events and a meeting place during emergencies. Crescent Point is proud to contribute to several recreation centres throughout our areas of operation, including:
- Crescent Point Place - Weyburn, SK
- Crescent Point Wickenheiser Centre - Shaunavon, SK
- Crescent Point Leisure Centre - Carlyle, SK
- Crescent Point Place - Provost, AB
- Roosevelt Aquatic Centre - Roosevelt, UT