Canadian Tire Jumpstart brings Olympic badminton player Charmaine Reid to SPCS

Lissa Puttock, back left, who will be retiring in December after 35 years as South Perth Centennial's secretary, sends a shot past the diving Dustin Fenemore, who was assisting Canadian Olympian Charmaine Reid during her presentation at SPCS Tuesday afternoon.
Lissa Puttock, back left, who will be retiring in December after 35 years as South Perth Centennial’s secretary, sends a shot past the diving Dustin Fenemore, who was assisting Canadian Olympian Charmaine Reid during her presentation at SPCS Tuesday afternoon.
From left, SPCS students Shyann Mills, Charlotte Richardson, Aryn Sheldon, Tucker Van Bolhuis, Noah Diehl and Aiden Lindstrom got to wear some of Canadian Olympian badminton player Charmaine Reid's medals and other gear from her years competing around the world. Reid came to the school Tuesday through Canadian Tire's Jumpstart program, which will be providing SPCS with all new badminton equipment.
From left, SPCS students Shyann Mills, Charlotte Richardson, Aryn Sheldon, Tucker Van Bolhuis, Noah Diehl and Aiden Lindstrom got to wear some of Canadian Olympian badminton player Charmaine Reid’s medals and other gear from her years competing around the world. Reid came to the school Tuesday through Canadian Tire’s Jumpstart program, which will be providing SPCS with all new badminton equipment.
South Perth Centennial Senior Kindergarten student Avery Fifield gets a lesson from Canadian Olympic badminton player Charmaine Reid Tuesday afternoon. Reid, originally from Fort Erie, is a five-time Pan Am Games medalist who represented Canada at the 2004 Summer Games in Athens.
South Perth Centennial Senior Kindergarten student Avery Fifield gets a lesson from Canadian Olympic badminton player Charmaine Reid Tuesday afternoon. Reid, originally from Fort Erie, is a five-time Pan Am Games medalist who represented Canada at the 2004 Summer Games in Athens.

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