Issue #64 March 2018
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about was the rabbit!” exclaimed Lydia, who finished the event with a time of 5:44.
“In any given day these girls will swim up to 8 km. Their dedication to improving and their competitive spirit is impressive and admirable,” McNeil said. “Swimming can be grueling and intense and they meet those challenges with a willingness to do the work and a fantastic attitude. The maturity they show every day far surpasses what anyone would expect from an 11 or 13-year-old.” These athletes train for over 11 hours each week in the pool. During the September-June swim season, Lydia and Rori attend between 10-12 competitions.
“Swimming may not always seem worth it, but it is,” shared Rori. “The getting up at 5 a.m. to swim before and after school, and going to the gym after that is worth it. When you get a good time and feel accomplished, or you’re having a bad day or a bad race and need someone to talk to—your swim team will always be there for you. They are your second family.”
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HIRING HEAD COACHES
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FOR THE 2018-2019 HOCKEY SEASON
If you are looking for a great coaching opportunity and love to work with dedicated young hockey players at the AA and A level, this is your chance. Seaway Valley Rapids Minor Hockey Association is seeking head coaches for the 2018 – 2019 hockey season. Competitive expenses coverage for coaches offered. The head coach will be responsible of all the duties related to coaching as per the job description.
Positions are open in the following divisions: Novice A players ..........born 2010-2011 Minor Atom A players ...........born 2009 Major Atom AA players ........born 2008 Minor PeeWee AA players ...born 2007 Major PeeWee AA players ...born 2006 Minor Bantam AA players.....born 2005 Major Bantam AA players.....born 2004 Midget AA players ......born 2003 - 2001
Applications will be accepted until March 15th, 2018
All applicants must submit a cover letter indicating their qualiﬁ cations and an outline of their season plan along with their application. The application and job description can be found on our website at www. seawayvalleyrapids.com. Only those who are selected for an interview will be contacted.
Only those who are selected for an interview will be contacted.
All applications can be emailed to: Greg Esdale firstname.lastname@example.org or Mark Desnoyers email@example.com
Back row L-R: Tiana Caron, Jenna David, Bianca Caron, Sarah Marleau. Front row L-R: Nadine Kamm-Ramirez, Coach Eric Photo Submitted Neumann, Angelina Roundpoint
Graeson Van Putten
Hometown: Martintown School: Iona Academy Grade: Senior Kindergarten Age: 5 Graeson Van Putten has lived near Martintown for his whole life, but his sports interests draw him to Toronto. An avid Maple Leafs’ fan, he is often teased by school staff who cheer for the Senators, but he continues to follow the family tradition. Graeson can also clap out any of the Blue Jays’ motivational songs, and really enjoys his yearly visit to Rogers Centre and running the bases after the game. He is often spotted on the sidelines of local soccer venues, while his older brothers take to the ﬁeld. Graeson’s personal involvement with sports comes from his Saturday mornings spent at dance. In collaboration with the OCTC-Cornwall site, Powell School of Dance offers a program entitled Ballerina Dreams for children with special needs. This weekly dance training, established through the efforts of Dr. Christine Seuss, follows classical ballet routines. Graeson has a volunteer dancer who helps to challenge his gross motor skills, develops his interest in music, and allows him to shine socially. Every Saturday he looks forward to being active and putting his whole heart into his dance team.
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