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FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS – HOME COMING GAME!!!

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Friday Night Lights Football Action this Friday October 11th.

Graham Grizzlies take on Holly Cross in their Home Coming season opener

Game Time: 7:00pm

Location: Exhibition Stadium

Entry Fee Cost: The Grizzlies are collecting canned food this Friday night. Please bring a can or two as your entry fee this weekend.  All canned food will go to our local food bank.

There will also be a 50/50 draw on Friday night so bring your spare change:)

 

Grizzlies Football thanks Peter Kosmas

Yesterday afternoon Grizzlies football thanked local business man and Grizzly football Dad Peter Kosmas for his $10,000 donation that allowed the Grizzlies to complete a full Renovation of their football changeroom.

The renovation brought the grizzlies football team 60 full sizes personal player lockers. The craftsmanship was completed by the chilliwack school district carpentry team. A huge shout out to Rob and his team at the district for some very impressive work!

The team will now settle into their new “professional like” dressing room and prepare for two exciting regular season matchups at the junior and senior levels this week.

Check out Eric Welshes sports page in the progress in the coming weeks for the full story.

Terry Fox Run

This year we are once again proudly supporting The Terry Fox Foundation in its ongoing work to fund innovative and progressive cancer research programs. Please support our school by joining us, or making a donation. Your kindness will impact the lives of so many people living with cancer. The Terry Fox Run is happening tomorrow Thursday, September 26th during Advisory.  PE Leadership will be running a BBQ. Hot Dogs $2.00/ Pop, Chips, Candy Bags $1.00!  Bring $ for donating tomorrow or Donate online at http://www.terryfox.ca/G.W.GrahamSecondary.

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Positive benefits of team-based extracurricular sports in regards to mental health. 

Below is a tweet shared with us by Principal Sean Wicker.

A study out of UBC on the positive benefits of team-based extracurricular sports in regards to mental health.  We all talk about the Physical Literacy piece and its benefits, but don’t often mention the mental health side of things when we discuss our extracurricular programs or offerings.

#UBC study says team-based extracurriculars boost children’s mental health. https://t.co/8PHlWtpnhT