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Cheryl Bernard - Olympian (Feb. 25th, 2015 @ 6:00 pm Maclab)

Cheryl will be speaking about her curling journey and how many of the most important lessons in her life were as a result of the many challenges and opportunities sport has given her.  She will touch on the importance of lifelong physical activity, particularly for young women who tend to shy away from organized sports once they reach their teenage years.  Doors will open at 6 pm where healthy refreshments will be served and Cheryl will be sticking around following her presentation for pictures and to chat with attendees.


Through the support and hard work of Healthy Hearts Leduc, City of Leduc, Goodwill Industries of Alberta and Leduc Composite High School this event is FREE for all that attend.  While tickets are not required, if you could RSVP to lrc@leduc.ca it will help us to confirm food and seating requirements.

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Leduc Composite High School is the largest high school in the Black Gold Regional Division. As a result of this larger school population, Leduc Composite High School is able to offer a broad range of educational opportunities. These areas include: Career and Technology Studies, Fine Arts, Physical Education, Community Work Study, Second Languages, and all Academic streams.