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Set the Example
Volume 7, Issue 19
November 5, 2015

This bi-weekly publication is intended to highlight the achievements of the outstanding athletes in Central Alberta, provide tips on nutrition, training, mental skills and upcoming events.

Location: Red Deer College
Miles Kydd, Executive Director
Room 902

Gwen Farnsworth,
Program Assistant
Room 904

Mailing Address:
ASDC Cental
Box 5005
100 College Blvd
Red Deer, AB
T4N 5H5
Contact info:
Phone: (403) 342-3231
Email: info@asdccentral.ca
www.asdccentral.ca
 

ASDC Female
Athlete of the Month

Tereza Simonova

Tereza Simonova, is a 16 year old Sylvan Lake resident and competitive tennis player.  This summer, Tereza captured two Silver Medals at the 2015 Western Canada Summer Games in Fort MacMurray, AB.
Video Link on 24/7 Red Deer:  http://bit.ly/1KXqHci



 
The Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) in partnership with the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary (CSI Calgary) is hosting a one-day para-athlete identification event on Saturday, November 14, from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm.


We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Alberta Sport Connection.


We gratefully acknowledge the Partnership & support from Red Deer College.

Impressive Performances

Curling
A number of former AEP athletes participated in the Red Deer Curling Classic at the end of October.  Whitney Eckstrand curls second for the Chyz team, Jocelyn Peterman plays with the Chelseas Carey rink, and Lindsay Makichuk skipped her own team.

Cross-Country
Former AEP athlete, Amy Severtson has developed a love for cross-country running and has earned a spot on the RDC Cross-country team. Amy continues to figure skate as well.

Tennis
Michael Robinson continued his winning ways in a Mens 5.0 tennis tournament at the end of October.
 

FUNdamentals

FUN-duh-MENTALS of Sport Psychology
Doug. Swanson – F.I.R.S.T. Place for Human Performance
November    2015
 
Set the Example
Be the change you want to see in the world. (Gandhi)

Kouzes and Posner in their book, Encouraging the Heart, state,
“Every leader, in fact every person, in an organization has to take the initiative to recognize individual contributions, celebrate team accomplishments and create an atmosphere of confidence and support”.

The foundation of leadership is choosing to activate and invigorate our team(s) and team members.  Everyone is a leader, or should be.  Through efforts to excite, enthuse, arouse and engage each other, the ability to work effectively together is enhanced.  Leaderful people set the example for others.  They practice what they preach; if they want an invigorated team, they begin by being invigorated themselves.

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Upcoming Events


2016 Alberta Sports Hall of Fame induction
Nomination Deadline
Date:January 31, 2016

If you are working on a Nomination Package for the 2016 Induction, the deadline is fast approaching. If you have any question please feel free to contact Debbie at debbie@ashfm.ca or 403-341-8614.
Visit Alberta Sports Hall of Fame & Museum for more detail  about any of the above events.
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November 14th, 2015
Second Annual Sport Summit: Overcoming the Funding Hurdle in Community Sport
Ottawa, Ont
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November 12-14, 2015
2015 Petro-Canada Sport Leadership sportif Conference
Winnipeg, MB
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Physical Literacy Workshops
Physical Literacy 101:
An Introduction to Physical Literacy
November 23rd 12:00 - 4:00pm
University of Calgary - Faculty of Kinesiology

Physical Literacy 201:
Physical Literacy Assessment for Youth
November 24th 12:00 - 4:00pm
University of Calgary - Faculty of Kinesiology

Register by November 18th!
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Sport for Life Leaders School
Registration closes on November 30 -  REGISTER HERE.
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