Roughriders spread some cheer to Wascana residents

September 28, 2017

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Roughriders spread some cheer to Wascana residents

Residents at the Wascana Rehabilitation Centre filled the cafeteria to welcome a few special guests on Sept. 21.

Judy Lloyd was happy to meet Zach Minter, Makana Henry and Ese Mrabure

Three Roughriders players took some time to visit with residents and the room was full of excited faces, eager to meet the players and have them sign autographs. All three players, Zach Minter, Makana Henry and Ese Mrabure, play defensive tackle for Saskatchewan’s beloved football team.
The men began by introducing themselves, saying where they were from and what they liked about living in Regina; the consensus was unanimous— the die-hard fans are second to none.
Mrabure said he really enjoys playing in the new Mosaic stadium and was looking forward to the Sept. 24 home game against the Calgary Stampeders.


Garnet Andrews was happy to have Makana Henry’s autograph.
Doug Smithson was happy to get Makana Henry’s autograph.
Cheryl Hextall was happy to meet Zach Minter.
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