A FREE Workshop for Sport Instructors and Coaches
The KW Sports Council has partnered with the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS) and Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) to offer a free physical literacy training workshop for Instructors and Coaches.
In this workshop you will:
• Learn what motivates women 55-70+ to be active
• Better understand what helps build confidence/competence
in physical activity and sport for women 55-70+
• Receive training in NCCP Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS)
• Learn FMS adaptations/considerations for women 55-70+
• Learn about how incorporating FMS can increase physical
Saturday, December 16, 8:30am – 3:30pm (lunch provided)
The Family Centre, 200 Ardelt Ave., Kitchener ON N2C 2L9
No Cost for workshop, materials or FMS training
(limited to first 30participants)
Canadian Association for Advancement of Women in Sport
Coaching Association of Canada
Kitchener Waterloo Sports Council
Media contact: Shelley Callaghan, Project Manager (CAAWS)
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – November 7, 2017
Meet your favourite Canadian authors at Waterloo Public Library’s annual fundraiser
On Friday, November 17th, Waterloo Public Library will be holding its 4th annual fundraiser,
After Hours @ The Library. In celebration of Canada 150, this year’s event will give attendees the chance to get “up close and personal” with a few of our favourite Canadian authors.
Waterloo Public Library is thrilled to welcome writers Ian Hamilton, Donna-Marie Pye, Andrew Pyper and Carrie Snyder to our Main Library for an extraordinary evening of conversation, food and drink. Attendees can chat with authors, mingle
over cocktails (our Information Services desk makes a great bar!) and indulge in delicious canapés and desserts.
Each year, After Hours @ The Library receives incredible support from local businesses, restaurants and caterers in the form of food sponsorship and prize donations.
“We are extremely thankful for the dedicated support of our community partners who, year after year, donate generously to our fundraiser” says Laurie Clarke, Waterloo Public Library’s CEO. “Without them, this event wouldn’t be possible.
We sincerely appreciate their commitment to supporting the library and helping us in not only raising funds but creating a unique event that brings the community together.”
Since its inception in 2014, this dynamic fundraiser has been incredibly successful and this year’s event promises to be the biggest one yet. With draw prizes valued at over $5,000, a Silent Auction that features two tickets to anywhere
in the world WestJet flies, and appetizers from Bhima’s Warung, e.v.o Kitchen, Famoso, Just Love Pie, Little Mushroom Catering and Winnie’s Gluten-Free Kitchen, this event is a perfect opportunity to enjoy an exciting evening in Uptown Waterloo and find out
what happens at the library “after hours”.
Tickets for After Hours @ The Library are $50 each and include canapés and one drink ticket. To see full details and purchase tickets, please visit afterhours.wpl.ca.
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BULLYING ENDS HERE SHORTLISTED AS A ‘TOP TEN’ CHARITY FOR ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY
Public Encouraged to vote for Bullying Ends Here through Industrial Alliance Website
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 8, 2017
Vancouver, B.C. – Bullying Ends Here and its founder, Tad Milmine, are asking the public for their votes, as the organization vies to win the #1 spot and a $125,000 prize, courtesy of Industrial Alliance, among a group of “Top 10” not-for-profit organizations from across Canada.
For the month of November, the public is being kindly asked to vote for the charity they believe is the most deserving of $125,000.
Bullying Ends Here President and Founder Tad Milmine says: “Thanks so much to Industrial Alliance for this phenomenal opportunity. It is an honour to stand alongside these 9 organizations, each of whom is doing critically important work in communities across the country.”
He adds: “Winning would allow Bullying Ends Here to spend more time in communities, speaking to youth. It would help us reach those that need it most and it would allow us to continue with not only changing lives, but saving them, so we would appreciate your vote.”
Since starting the organization four years ago, Tad has shared his anti-bullying message with over 250,000 youth around the world and has combatted bullying in all forms across the country.
Tad adds: “You can vote once per email address and every vote truly counts. Being able to continue to reach youth and discuss the topics of bullying is invaluable. With your vote, you can help inspire and save these children.”
To encourage voting, Tad is also offering an exciting prize pack to one lucky voter.
About Bullying Ends Here
Calgary Police Constable Tad Milmine spent his teenage years a victim of bullying. In 2011, after reading about the suicide of 15-year-old Jamie Hubley, an openly gay Ontario youth bullied relentlessly for his sexuality, Tad was inspired to take his personal struggle public. He is the founder of Bullying Ends Here and travels across the world speaking with young people about the real effects of bullying. He has spoken all across North America and Europe and has reached close to 250,000 youth in person. Tad has received universal acclaim for the work that he does, including the inaugural Kaleidoscope of Hope Award. For more information about the foundation, visit www.bullyingendshere.ca and follow Tad on Twitter @tadmilmine.
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