Engraved bricks will help build Trades and Technology Centre

Yorkton, SK – Parkland College is kicking off a campaign offering engraved bricks to individuals, families, community groups, and businesses as a way to help build the Trades and Technology Centre in Yorkton. Sales began at Yorkton Spring Expo Apr. 12-14.

The bricks will be included in the construction of the Trades and Technology Centre. A feature wall in one of the facility’s wings will display the community’s engraved bricks.

“Colleges build communities and communities build colleges. The Brick Campaign is an opportunity for individual community members and groups to join Parkland College in building the foundation of the Trades and Technology Centre and the foundation for our communities,” said William Litchfield, Director of Advancement at Parkland College.

Bricks will be sold at two price points: $100 for a 4” x 8” brick and $250 for an 8” x 8” brick. Each brick purchased is eligible for a charitable receipt. Buyers will receive a charitable receipt for $50 with each 4″ x 8″ brick purchased, and a charitable receipt for $200 with each 8″ x 8″ brick.

Order forms are available at reception at the main campus in Yorkton. You can also buy online at the Giving section of this website.


About Us:
Since its inception in 1973, Parkland College has worked to expand the philosophy of life-long learning in East Central Saskatchewan. Among the seven basic principles upon which the community college system was founded is the idea that programs are to be developed in response to the needs of the community. Today, Parkland College offers a broad spectrum of educational services from trades training and high school upgrading to the province’s most diverse off-campus university offerings.


For more information contact:
William Litchfield
Director, Advancement
Parkland College
Phone: 306.786.7331
Email: [email protected]

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