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Kids enjoy Zumba fun courtesy of Jumpstart s CHOOL

by Mikaela Kuefler it's one or the other,” said Ullathorne.
Members of the Canadian Tire Jumpstart
Canadian Tire Jumpstart hosted their first program plans to meet with community partners Times
Zumba event for children on February 3 at Holy in a couple of weeks to discuss the Zumba event
Redeemer High School. and to plan future events.
Approximately 20 children ages 5-18 attended “The kids that came will probably come back different times,” said Ullathorne.
and took a Zumba class taught by Sarah and maybe tell their friends about it. Next time, For those interested in registering with the
Johnston. Children and any parents who we will do one event with all ages included, Jumpstart program, they can apply online at
participated were smiling and laughing while instead of having different age groups for
they danced and everyone had rosy cheeks after
their work out.
“It was a good event. Every event is great to
just get a little bit of awareness out there. The
people that came out had a really good time,”
said Canadian Tire owner Lindsay Ullathorne.
Volunteers were present to help provide
information about Jumpstart and handed out
water bottles to people participating.
“Since we are so new to the community, it's
hard for us to become a name that people
recognize. It needs to become something that
they think about in the forefront of their mind
when they're looking for funding. As much time
as it takes for us to build up some recognition
and awareness in the community, were totally on
board with. We'll just keep at it,” said Ullathorne.
People can apply to the Jumpstart program
even if they already have funding. “We just want
people to know that even if there are other places
you can go to get funding, it doesn't mean that Children enjoy exercising during a Zumba class hosted by Canadian Tire Jumpstart at Holy
you can't do both. People can piggy back and Redeemer High School on February 3. photo Mikaela Kuefler
apply for ours. There's no restrictions saying that

Parkland's Senior Boys bring home Bronze

by Coach Setzer and Coach Sinclair

February 3rd weekend, the PCHS Senior boys
travelled to Ardrossan for an intense, fast paced
weekend of basketball. With only eight players,
the boys showed their true abilities and
First, the boys played Edmonton's Austin
O'Brien and came out on top with an 84-49 win.
This led them to play Leduc Composite, which
is tied for 1 place in the city's div1 division for
4A schools. The boys played hard against a
tough team but couldn't seal the deal ending with
a 61-82 loss putting them into the bronze metal
final against W.P. Wagner of Edmonton. In a
back and forth defensively fought game, the boys
came out on top with a 65-58 bronze medal win.
These gentlemen had a fantastic weekend Eight PCHS Senior boys travelled to Ardrossan and came home with a bronze medal. Coach
representing PCHS with great sportsmanship and Setzer, Coach Brandon, Brandon Dolanz, Dylan Dolanz, Aiden Sloan, Brayden Hees, Ty
dedication. The PCHS Sr. Boys now have a Barford, Brock Holt, Ryan Schaeffer, Jaden Crozier, Taemon Mihailoff, Anderson King, and
record of 12 wins and 5 losses this season. Brendan Crawford.
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