When we get a call to do something great, we sometimes hope no one heard it. We’re too tired, too busy, or we just don’t want to. Thankfully, Jas didn’t make excuses when he realized he had the resources and the heart to make a difference. In 2011 Jas started God’s Little Acre Farm. It’s a local Surrey farm that harvests potatoes (and soon to be more) to supply the local food banks. In December, Jas flooded his field to make an ice rink. Come, pay by donation and we’ll raise funds for another season of potatoes. That’s Jas. A man who’s not afraid of a little (or a lot) of work, to get the job done. Most people would build a skating rink so they can play, but the rink wasn’t for Jas, he doesn’t even skate. The skating was for the community, the hungry and the hopeful - nobody is hopeless. The december skate was a sensation. So much so, that during this current cold snap, he’s done it again. With donations of water, soda and hot dogs, with donations of port-a-potties, with volunteers donating their time - they are ready. Come on out this weekend and have a good time. Maybe while you’re there, you can teach Jas to skate. God’s Little Green Acre ice rink is located at: 16582 40 Ave, Surrey, British Columbia. Skating starts now. Your donation will make a difference. Hungry people matter.