Centre nabs $10,000 grant

By Geoff Lee

November 24, 2015 10:22 AM

Micah Brown, 13, (above) returns a serve during RBC Sports Day in Canada, celebrated locally with table tennis at the Servus Sports Centre on Saturday, just a few days after the City of Lloydminster was awarded $10,000 through an RBC Learn to Play Community Action Grant. The grant was presented by local RBC branch manager Shaun Geurts during RBC Sports Day in Canada on Saturday at the Servus Sports Centre with table tennis as a feature activity. Lloydminster Mayor Rob Saunders and Servus Sports Centre manager Joel Turcotte accepted the cheque on behalf of the city.
It was announced that a new Lloydminster table tennis club is also in the works.
RBC Learn to Play Project grants are funded by RBC and the Public Health Agency of Canada and delivered by ParticipACTION.

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