They're doing it to bring awareness to homelessness and to raise some money for the local Riverside Mission. Jessie Halvorsen and his SACL (Saskatchewan Association for Community Living) mentor Mark Gilliland (pictured) will be joined by local man Gayland Panko on Saturday night in downtown Moose Jaw.
They're going to wear their warmest winter clothing and camp under a tarp or two in the parking lot next to the old Moose Jaw Times Herald offices on Fairford Street West. They're hoping to attract some visitors and some donations. They'll set up camp around 5 pm Saturday with plans to weather the storm and pack up on Sunday morning.
Good luck, fellas!