2017 Red Rush Basketball Practice Schedule

2017 Red Rush Basketball Practice Schedule

Mondays(starting next week) 6:00-7:30 U17 girls U15 boys 7:30-9:00 U17 boys (you als have weights before practice) U15 girls Tuesday 6:00-7:30 U13 boys U12 boys U14 boys and U14 girls speed and agility (U15 girls, U15 boys, U16 girls, U16 boys) leadership workshop with Monica and will speed and agility session with your coach. 7:30-9:00 U16 boys 7:00-8:30 U17 boys (speed and agility and weights) Wednesday 6:00-7:30 ...

Meet MCC Community Organization Award Winner CKUT Radio

Meet MCC Community Organization Award Winner CKUT Radio

Our next Community Organization Award recipient is the non-profit community radio station at McGill University. The station provides completely original content, including news segments, spoken word programming and alternative music 24 hours a day. It also offers a platform for a variety of community voices to be heard, as well as features up and coming local artists. With a volunteer staff of over 200 working under a professional staff of coordin ...

Meet MCC Community Organization Award Winner Head and Hands

Meet MCC Community Organization Award Winner Head and Hands

Our first Community Organization Award recipient of the evening is a non-profit organization that has been providing physical and mental health care to Montreal teens and young adults for almost 50 years. Since 1970, this organization has delivered health and social services, Young Parents and Food Pantry programs, as well as community workshops focusing on sex and drug education. Ladies and gentlemen, please put your hands together for the amazin ...

Meet MCC Community Leadership Award Winner Vimal Patel

Meet MCC Community Leadership Award Winner Vimal Patel

Our final Community Leadership Award recipient uses his emerging success in the corporate world to privately combat poverty and aid his community. Among other acts of generosity, he has purchased audiovisual equipment for local community centres located in Montreal’s inner city. He has also supplemented food baskets for the holiday season and spent hundreds of dollars on gifts for young patients at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Montreal. ...

Meet MCC Community Organization Award Winner A Promise for a Prom

Meet MCC Community Organization Award Winner A Promise for a Prom

Next up, an organization that supports high school graduates’ dreams of attending their prom, regardless of their financial situation. By providing make-up stylists, hair dressers and lending out hundreds of suits and dresses, this organization gives underprivileged students the opportunity to attend their prom in style. These hair and makeup stylists volunteer their time in a makeshift boutique organized by the founder and driving force of this ...

Meet MCC Paul Frappier Award for Youth Leadership Winner Milton Calderon Donefer

Meet MCC Paul Frappier Award for Youth Leadership Winner Milton Calderon Donefer

Our second Youth Leadership Award recipient is the co-founder and Executive Director of the non-profit origination MealCare. Leading a team of over 25 university students, this 19-year-old helps fight food insecurity by diverting leftover food from grocery stores, cafeterias and restaurants to homeless shelters and soup kitchens in Montreal. MealCare acts as the bridge between donor and receiving organizations as well as ensures transportation for ...

Meet Paul Frappier Award for Youth Leadership Winner Alexis Lahorra

Meet Paul Frappier Award for Youth Leadership Winner Alexis Lahorra

Our first recipient in the Youth Leadership category is a youth mental health advocate and president of Jack.org Concordia, which is a student branch of the non-profit youth mental health advocacy organization. This year, alongside 11 other student network representatives, she planned and executed the Jack Summit, which united 200 student leaders from across Canada. The goal of the summit was to learn from one another’s advocacy work and to in ...

Meet Community Leadership Award Winner Svens Telemaque

Meet Community Leadership Award Winner Svens Telemaque

Our third recipient in the Community Leadership category is the driving force behind the youth empowerment tour “Broken Crayons Still Colour”. Overcoming his own challenging past as a drug dealer and troubled youth makes him the perfect mentor for his young audiences. His work as a public speaker in community centres and schools across Montreal inspires at-risk youth to believe in their ability to rise above the obstacles that may have left th ...