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Mask Making

November 2, 2013 Leave a comment

Getting into the Halloween spirit was easy for the Streetfront students when creating their very own personalized mask was the order of the day.

Ken, our amazing art teacher, came in equipped for every kid and staff to design, build and then paint their own mask. The kids were so into it. The designs ranged from the macabre to the downright ghoulish. Beware of the masked on Halloween!!!

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Mask Making

November 2, 2013 Leave a comment

Getting into the Halloweev

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Amazing Partnership with Rackets and Runners – Vancouver

November 2, 2013 Leave a comment

Today, 8 of our awesome marathon team members went to Rackets and Runners on Oak Street and West 23rd to get outfitted with brand new running shoes. Rackets and Runners has partnered with New Balance Canada to provide running shoes to our Streetfront students.

The kids were so excited to get outfitted by professional staff, who evaluated their specific needs and set them up with amazing New Balance running shoes. After months of training on anything but proper footwear, the kids couldn’t believe what real shoes felt like.

Thanks again to Rackets and Runners and New Balance Canada for investing in the futures of disadvantaged youth. We’ll make you proud when we knock the Seattle Marathon out of the park.

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Amazing Partnership with Rackets and Runners

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Pumpkin Carving Contest

November 1, 2013 Leave a comment

On the line were: 1st place – $10 Subway gift certificates for each member of the team. 2nd Place – movie passes for each member. 3rd place – each member of the group receives a 5 pack of juice (the students call them “bricks”).

The stakes were high and 6 teams took to battle. After planning; cutting; cleaning and dressing – it came down to the slightest of margins between the teams. The kids had a great time trying to come up with the best design. Happy Halloween kids!!! Be safe!!!

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