Take a look at some of the Eskimo community visits.
Ninety kids took part in the 2014 Eskimos Amateur Football Camp last week. The kids aged 8-12 were coached by Eskimos players as well as members of the University of Alberta Golden Bears, Edmonton Huskies and Edmonton Wildcats.
The 6th Annual Eskimos Women's Dinner raised more than $50,000 for the Edmonton Eskimo Women’s Ovarian Cancer Research to provide long-term, sustainable funding for researchers at the Lois Hole Hospital for Women.Endowment Fund
A group of lucky Eskimos Kids Club members got to have a pizza party on Feb.8 with some Eskimo players. As an added bonus, the Kids Club members also got a tour of the locker room.
For the second year, the Eskimos donated footwear to the WIN House.
The Eskimos are introducing Molson Canadian FanFest this year, where fans can enjoy some pre-game music from some of Edmonton's best local talent.
The Eskimos took their training camp on the road to Spruce Grove on June 16, and the players had some fun with the fans, who came out to watch practice.
Local talent auditioned to become one of the Eskimos national anthem singers.