Good for the kids

I just wanted to pass along a kudos to the classes from Spruceland Elementary who were running their hearts out at Rainbow Park the other day. I see so many kids just stuck inside these days.

It was refreshing to see their rosy cheeks and huge smiles competing with their classmates. I also walk through this park regularly and I am shocked to see it empty much of the time. My generation played outside from dawn till dusk.

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So to the faculty involved in organizing the event, it was evident it was a success given the faces on those kids. Kudos for social engagement and enjoying nature.

Marie Perry

Prince George

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