Media Advisory – Their Opportunity, Own the Podium and the Ottawa Senators Foundation Set to Launch Unique Program Nov. 10 to Help Rebuild Ottawa/Gatineau Communities Through Sport
Own the Podium – Their Opportunity, Own the Podium and the Ottawa Senators Foundation Set to Launch Unique Program to Help Rebuild Ottawa/Gatineau Communities Through Sport
—Senators Alumni, Olympians/Paralympians to hold day of sport, November 10—
OTTAWA— Their Opportunity (@their_opp), Own the Podium and the Ottawa Senators Foundation (@sensfoundation), will hold a free day of sport for families in Ottawa and Gatineau affected by the recent tornado. The three organizations will join forces to launch a unique program that will provide these families with an opportunity to easily access support for sport and physical activity programs as a means of helping rebuild those communities.
Members of the Ottawa Senators Alumni, Canada’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes along with national and local sport leaders will participate with families in a series of sport and recreation demonstration stations between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at West Carleton Secondary School.
Details of the community building initiative coined, “Rebuilding Communities Through Sport,” will be officially rolled out at 11:30 a.m. in the main gymnasium.
WHO: Laurie Boschman, Sens Alumni President
Danielle Robinson, President, Ottawa Senators Foundation
Spartacat, Ambassador of Fun
Todd Nicholson – Community Spokesperson, Paralympic Champion, Chair – Own the Podium
Randy Gill – President and CEO – Their Opportunity
Anne Merklinger – CEO – Own the Podium
WHEN: November 10, 2018
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Media Conference at 11:30 a.m.
WHERE: West Carleton Secondary School
3088 Dunrobin Road
Dunrobin, Ont. K0A 1T0
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