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Enderby fans show their love for Sicamous Eagles

Young Sicamous Eagles fans from Enderby show their support at Sunday’s game against 100 Mile. Six of the team’s players are billeted in Enderby and regularly help students at M.V. Beattie Elementary with reading, gym class and other activities. “Our students light up when they see them,” says M.V. Beattie teacher Jill Haskett, adding the school also received 80 complimentary tickets.  - Sharon Thibodeau
Young Sicamous Eagles fans from Enderby show their support at Sunday’s game against 100 Mile. Six of the team’s players are billeted in Enderby and regularly help students at M.V. Beattie Elementary with reading, gym class and other activities. “Our students light up when they see them,” says M.V. Beattie teacher Jill Haskett, adding the school also received 80 complimentary tickets.
— image credit: Sharon Thibodeau

 

Young Sicamous Eagles fans from Enderby show their support at Sunday’s game against 100 Mile. Six of the team’s players are billeted in Enderby and regularly help students at M.V. Beattie Elementary with reading, gym class and other activities. “Our students light up when they see them,” says M.V. Beattie teacher Jill Haskett, adding the school also received 80 complimentary tickets.

 

 

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