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2815 Naicam Legion Cadet Corps
Adam Moskal

Ages 12 to 19 years 
Meets every Wednesday at 7:00 pm  in the Naicam School Gym.

Golf Simulator – Viking Sportsplex
202 2nd Street S
306-874-2337 Curling Rink

Golf in Women’s & Men’s Leagues or by the hour from November 1 to April 30

Lac Vert Community Club
President: Ruth Warkentin

Meets the 1st Tuesday of the month.

Meals on Wheels
Patti Kellington

$10/meal – a full meal including soup & dessert.

Call ahead to pre-order if possible.  Sometimes there are extras so call first thing in the a.m. to check.

Naicam & District Community Council
Box 628 Naicam, SK S0K2Z0

Host and promote recreational and cultural activities and events in and around Naicam.  Please contact for information regarding the Community Grant Program.

Meets 1st Wednesday of the month.  Annual General Meeting is held in the spring.

Join our group on Facebook:

Naicam Al-Anon Family Group
Joanne 306-872-4626 or cell 306-874-8050

Al-Anon offers support for those who feel helpless, lost or lonely because os a family member’s drinking.  Al-Anon respects the anonymity of all members.

Meets every Monday at the Five Oaks Church at 8:00 pm.

Naicam Community Players
Lana Thompson 306-874-2077 or Rob Voldeng 306-874-2358

Contact for more information.

Naicam Legion Branch # 218
Rodger Hayward 306-874-5587 or Alie Neish 306-874-5539
Box 578, Naicam, SK S0K 2Z0

Royal Canadian Legion

Meets the 1st Wednesday of the month at 7:30pm except for the months of Jan/Feb/July/Aug.
Please call for location of meeting.

Naicam MarketingClub
Rodney Voldeng
Rob Parry 306-874-2102

Grain marketing club that meets on a regular basis.

Naicam Museum Board
Gordon Neish 306-283-4551
200 3rd Ave N
Box 518 Naicam, SK. S0K 2Z0

In 1923 the first floor of the Pioneer School was built with the completion of the second floor in 1928.  This building was later converted into a museum which was officially opened in 1974.  In 1981, the museum was declared a Heritage Property.  Remnants from our past have been collected and donated to commemorate our history.

The Museum houses many items of interest from young to old. As we develop the Museum website watch for pictures and stories of Naicam and area.

Naicam Museum has resources for researchers who looking for information on people or area. Over the next year we will be adding our own index of resources but for now you can start with these other online resources.

Find Us On FaceBook – Naicam Memories & Possibilities