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Kudos for the St. Paul Panthers

Front Row (Left to right): Ashley Dandenault, Madison Lafond, Cooper Boyd, Nicholas Loiselle, Nicolas Labelle-Steinberg

Brack Row (Left to Right) Brittany Whynott, Jennifer Palladino, Brooke-Lynn Chamberland, Tammy Lavalle, Lucie Gautheir, Stacey Vendramin, Mathiew Elliot

Missing from picture: Montee Blais

June 27, 2013 - On Thursday, June 13, representatives from the Canadian Diabetes Association were on hand at St. Paul Catholic Elementary School to present the St. Paul Panthers Running team with two banners. The students and staff that make up this club had participated in the 2013 Sudbury Rocks race, and were thrilled to be acknowledged for their efforts. The group was presented with the Sudbury Rocks School Challenge banner for Highest Percentage of Participation for an Elementary School, as well as Highest Amount of Pledges raised for an Elementary School. Stacey Vendramin, a teacher at the school as well as a running coach for the team was thrilled with the presentation for the students. “It is a great group of kids that really embraced the running challenge,” Vendramin stated. “They really enjoyed themselves and recognized the importance of being physically active and working together as a group. We are looking forward to future running events!”



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