Rylee Brady receives CanSkate Award

         Note: The following was submitted (in part) for Rylee’s nomination for the CanSkate Award by her skating coach, Brittany Rowe.

         It is an absolute honour to be able to coach Rylee. She always gives her full attention and works hard during lessons. She always has a smile on her face and loves to be out on the ice. She skates three times a week and comes to our CanSkate sessions twice a week and also participates in our bridging program.

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         She takes part in private lessons and in our Advance CanSkate lessons and has recently completed her stage 4 badge and is working toward achieving her stage 5 badge.

         Rylee always works hard. and whenever there is bridging or she has a private lesson, she always wants to show off the newest thing she learned. She’s never afraid to try something new. She always gives full effort when in a lesson.

         This past January she attended in three competitions where she was able to showcase her skills. She went to Virden, Weyburn and Arcola where she had achieved multiple gold and silver ribbons. When at competitions she is always smiling, confident, and super excited to be there.

         At 5 years of age, Rylee’s dedication, great work ethic, and determination is incredible and is most deserving of the CanSkater award. Her positive attitude, great work ethic and her dedication will take her far.

           Congratulations Rylee, on receiving this most deserving award.

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