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Our campaign volunteer of the year is an individual who has been a true United Way friend, supporter and champion for the past several years.

He first got involved when he chaired our campaign in 2010 and continues to remind the staff and volunteer team that raising money and meeting our goals are important; but what is more important is to remember why we are raising the money and the thousands of lives that will be touched by our efforts. His persistence in helping people understand their responsibility to support their community is remarkable. He is rarely willing to take no for an answer. One of the quotes that he will be remembered for is …. “they said No – but I didn’t accept that”!! David Waugh, our community is grateful for your leadership and support. Congratulations on a job well done.

David Waugh, CEO – North Atlantic Potash Inc.
Community Campaign Volunteer of the Year – 2014
North Atlantic Potash Bob Fawcett
Bob Fawcett

Bob Fawcett, Community Relations Coordinator for North Atlantic Potash

was inducted into the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame on November 5, 2016 as a Builder

Bob Fawcett is game ready. He is an organizer, a provider, a deliverer. Bob served as president of Saskatoon Minor Hockey. He was a coach in minor soccer and minor hockey. he developed a track and field program for inner-city youth. He is the chair of the Kinsmen Inner City Hockey League. He has served on the board of the annual Knights of Columbus Indoor Games. Bob was chair of the Canadian University and the Canadian Junior track & Field Championships.

In western Canada, Fawcett is a scout for the WHL's Kelowna Rockets and a business advisor with the Saskatoon Blades.

The Memorial Cup, 2 World Junior Hockey Championships and the Can-Am Police / Firefighter Games have all be held in Saskatoon. Credit Fawcett with the assist.

As an athlete, Fawcett was a football player and a middle-distance and cross-country runner at City Park Collegiate. He played junior baseball for the Saskatoon T-birds and played the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League for the Macs and the Olympics.

North Atlantic Potash Community Joint Venture