Cameco Touchdown for Dreams program announces dream recipients


The Saskatchewan Roughriders, Saskatchewan Cancer Agency and Cameco today announced the dream recipients in the Cameco Touchdown for Dreams program.

The program grants five dreams each year — for the next three years — to women with a life-threatening diagnosis of cancer.

Amanda Ringdahl (31-years-old from Outlook, SK), Shawna Frederick (33-years-old from Moose Jaw), Vel McMillan (44-years-old from Regina), Lisette Dubuc (54-years-old from Alida) and Megan Wells (27-years-old from Dundurn) are this year's recipients.

Megan has already received her dream, while the four remaining dream projects are now underway.

At Saturday's Saskatchewan Roughriders game at Mosaic Stadium, fans will be able to purchase special Cameco Touchdown for Dreams/Rider-branded merchandise for $10 with proceeds helping fulfill the dreams of each recipient.

Jonathan Huntington,
Manager, Community Investment, Cameco Corporation, (306) 251-2933