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Annual Progressive Supper
This years Annual Progressive Supper has been set for Saturday, May 14, 2015. . For our new members, this event is the high point of Mid-Can's social calendar. The participants meet at one home for the appetizers, a second home for the main course, and finish at a third home for desserts.Mark this in your calendars so you don't miss it. Some years the homes have been close enough to walk, bicycle, or even canoe from home to home. The food is potluck, so prior to the event there will be a sign up posted on the bulletin board at the pool for participants to sign up and list whether they'll bring an appetizer, a main course, or a dessert. We are still looking for another house or two for the event. If you are able to volunteer your house for either the main course or desserts please email Carrie Smith. Those that host one of the courses do not need to bring food! Participants should bring their own plates, utensils, and beverages.
Get a new water bottle from Bob M.
Pal Temesvari coach of Mid Can Masters Swim Club receives the 2014 award
ACTIVE FOR LIFE
Pal Temesvari, Winnipeg, Masters Swimming: Temesvari was the long time Manitoba Marlins head swim coach, is a fully certified CCP III coach.. Temesvari has been part of the Canadian Swim Team coaching at international events including the 2000 Summer Olympics, 1999 Pan Am Games, 1996 Summer Olympics and 1994 Commonwealth Games. Temesvari personally designs the workouts so that there are variations with respect to distances as well as strokes used. He is happy to help members to improve their swimming techniques during practice.
thank you to everyone for coming to the award breakfast this
morning. Not only was I surprised to be the recipient of the Sport
Manitoba Active for Life Award but also to see all of you at the
award breakfast. I was very honoured so many of our club members
came and cheered for me!
Mid Can Posters MSC
Pop Sidwell 2016 – Meet Manager BACKUP Required.
The date for the 2016 Pop Sidwell has been set for November 19, 2016.
The Meet Manager's responsibilities are to: 1) obtain the meet sanction
2) create the information package,
3) arrange for the officials and
4) coordinate at the swim meet.
If you are interested in learning to become a Senior Official at Swim Meets
Lane Leaders and Telephone Phone Out:
event of a pool closure the pool will phone one of the executive
who will in turn phone each lane leader, who will be phone each
lane member. In the event that the lane leader is not available,
another lane member will be called and asked to notify the other
lane members. For this reason you should keep a copy of the
membership available. The Lane Leaders Are:
Million Metre Challenge – currently Mid-Can Masters is ranked 27th in Canada in metres swam. Join up and move us up the list.
Mid Can Masters Swim Club