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Provincial High School Champ is ASDC Central Athlete of the Month

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  • The Alberta Sport Development Centre – Central (ASDC-C) is pleased to announce that the ASDC-Central Athlete of the Month for October 2018 is Jared Howse.  Jared Howse is a 16 year old Red Deer, AB resident, Grade 11 student at St. Joseph’s High School and a competitive distance runner (x-country and track).

    Jared currently competes with St. Joseph’s Falcons and the Red Deer Titans Track Club.  Even as a young athlete Jared has already compiled an impressive resume in his sport.  Here are some of his most recent highlights:

    1. Champion – 2018 ASAA High School Provincial 5 km – Cross Country
    2. Alberta Athletics 2017 Midget Male Athlete of the Year – Cross Country.
    3. Alberta Athletics 2018 U18 Provincial Outdoor Champion – 3000m and 2000m Steeplechase
    4. 2018 Alberta Summer Games Champion – 3000m
    5. 2018 ASAA Provincial Track & Field Championships – Gold 3000m, Silver 1500m
    6. 2018 Tri-Western Championships U18 – Silver 3000m, Silver 2000m Steeplechase.
    7. 2018 Legion Nationals U18 – 4th 2000m steeplechase.
    8. Currently ranked 4th in U18 2000m steeplechase  – Athletics Canada

    Jared’s future plans include; making Team Alberta for National XC Championships in Kingston, ON this November 2018, making Team Alberta for Legion Track and Field Nationals in 2019, making U18 2019 Invitational standard for 2000m steeplechase, place top 20 in the 2 mile (3200m) at the Simplot Games February 2019 held in Pocatello, Idaho. (The Simplot Games is one of North America’s premier indoor High School track and field event with over 2000 athletes from the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand).

    With Jared’s strong work ethic, his undeniable athletic abilities and his training experiences with ASDC-Central, he will surely continue to grow, develop and succeed in his running/athletics career!

    ASDC-Central thanks Tom Bast Sports for celebrating the ASDC-Central Athlete of the Month recipients by the provision of commemorative apparel for each recipient.

    ASDC-Central Athlete of the Month – Jared Howse

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    For further information regarding this athlete, the ASDC-Central and our programs, please contact Miles Kydd @ miles.kydd@rdc.ab.ca  or 403-342-3231.


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    The main purpose of the ASDC network is to coordinate and enhance services available to Alberta's emerging athletes and coaches. These regional centres provide services to athletes and coaches residing in rural and urban areas allowing athletes to develop and train at a high level without leaving home.

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    Calgary voted against bidding for Olympic Games, would Red Deer have voted against bidding for Canada Games?

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  • Calgarians have voted against bidding for the 2026 Olympic Winter Games. Besides the boosterism of the few, the bid never really resonated with the populace.
    This bid also undeniably fell victim to the unpleasant baggage weighing down the Olympic movement. The cynical narrative is familiar by now. Cities spend billions more than initially proposed to host a two-week party that leaves little long-term positive economic impact. According to reporter Jamie Strashin of CBC news.
    There would have meant billions spent for this event and yet the perception is that there would be negligible long term benefit.
    Another question that was being asked, would the Olympics have delayed other much needed projects, more important to the residents of Calgary?
    Would Red Deer residents, if having the opportunity, would they have followed Calgary in voting against the bidding for the 2019 Canada Games? Will the two-week party in February leave little long-term positive economic impact?
    Has other projects, more important to Red Deerians been delayed or cancelled, until after the Canada Games? Will there be any quantifiable benefits to the average joe in Red Deer having these games?
    I know that the Canada Games does not have the same baggage and is only in the tens of millions not like the billions, in total, by various governments, for the Olympic games, but Calgarians still did not believe they would see any long term economic benefit.
    They can watch the ceremonies, races and events on television like almost everyone else no matter where it is located.
    Will Red Deer be able to show that the Canada Games will give us long term economic benefits without delaying other projects nearer and dearer to our hearts? Will we be scrambling to catch up after it is over?
    Perhaps we should start having plebiscites before we commit our tax dollars to these big events? Just saying.


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    Red Deer Lending Cupboard featured in documentary

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  • It’s an opportunity to really see what The Lending Cupboard is all about.  Produced this fall, the documentary shows off a bit of Red Deer and surrounding area and contains interviews with local supporters and those who have relied on The Lending Cupboard for mobility.

    From Dawna Morey at The Lending Cupboard…

    “…For those of you that were able to join us at the Grand Opening of TLC at our new location, you may recall the team from AMI (Accessible Media Inc.) that were here filming.  This was all part of a 30 min Community Spotlight show that is featured  on TLC nationally.

    I want to take this opportunity again to thank you all for being a part of that special day and for the donor support that we received. Please feel free to share this link.  We hope you enjoy watching it!…”

    https://www.ami.ca/category/our-community/media/lending-cupboard

    About AMI

    AMI believes in an inclusive society in which media is accessible to all Canadians.

    AMI’s goal is to be a world leader in accessibility, from the way we regard our customers to the employees we hire. It is the driving force behind the way we operate our business with the end purpose of making a difference and leaving a positive impression through all of our touch points.


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