help my long-time friend Steve become a Scotiabank Game Changer. But a few months ago I also wrote about Ti-Cat defensive back Ryan Hinds and the good work he is doing to help out children in Guyana.
Well, Hinds is back with a new initiative to help raise funds for Guyana Help the Kids. This Sunday, from 10:00AM to 4:00PM at the Robar Centre on Nebo Road, Hinds brings Touch-a-Tractor to Hamilton's East Mountain. For just $10, kids of all ages – yes, even big kids like a certain 30-year-old blogger – can get up close and personal with a number of pieces of heavy machinery. It sure sounds like a fun event and a great way to raise some money for a good cause.
If you want more information on the event, you can find it on the Facebook page. To keep up with everything Hinds is doing with Guyana Help the Kids, I suggest you head over to his blog.