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Centennial Secondary

570 Poirier Street

Coquitlam, BC V3J 6A8

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Join us for our 3rd annual social celebration of Wine, Women & Sport - an evening of empowerment & mingling - exploring new opportunities for women in fitness, health & sport. Proceeds benefit Centennial High School Senior Girls Soccer Program (see details below under Organizer Description). Each ticket includes a souvenir wine glass, your first glass of Township 7 wine and tapas prepared by Centennial Secondary Culinary Arts students led by Chef Jonas.

The evening features fitness, health and sport table top displays. If your business or organization would like to feature a table top display please call 604-818-7407 or email jenna649@hotmail.com.

New for 2019 is an opportunity to enjoy wine while mingling, visiting exhibit tables and during the panel presentation. The Centaurs Girls Soccer team will do a quick set up change in the foyer to provide seating for all - no moving to the Centennial Theatre! We feel this provides a more casual and intimate venue.

Bully Prevention Trainer, Keynote Speaker, Health and Wellness MPowerment Coach, Fitness Enthusiast, Compassionate Leader, Heart Driven Change Maker aka the Ninja Queen Michelle Tremblay is moderating our 2019 panel.

Michelle is founder of MPower Lives Company, located in the Tri-Cities area in Vancouver’s LowerMainland. She has worked with over 15,000 participants nation wide and is highly recognized as a powerful speaker, great motivator and compassionate leader. Michelle believes each individual can feel valued, confident, and responsible through the proper tools, support and workplace conditions.

Michelle holds a 2nd Degree Black Belt with 18 years of Karate training and is a director on the board of the Iamsomeone Organization to end bullying. For over the last 9 years her work has also consisted of teaching, mentoring and coaching children and youth with bully prevention training in schools, non-for profit agencies, recreation centres, private organizations, personal and group coaching clients. You can follow Michelle on Instagram or Twitter at @mpower_lives

Michelle Tremblay

Our 2019 panel includes the all Tri-Cities women who live and work in our community, including the three following inspirational sport champions:

2 X Olympian & Soccer Bronze Medalist, Mom, wife, daughter, sister, former National Team Soccer Player, Canada SCORES Ambassador and Girls Head Coach Port Moody Soccer Association - Brittany Timko Baxter.

Brittany stats are impressive. She is an Olympic Games bronze medal winner at London 2012; fourth-place finish at the FIFA Women’s World Cup USA 2003; played in all, three FIFA Women’s World Cups and two Olympic Football Tournaments; five medals from five CONCACAF tournaments (four silver, one bronze); bronze medal at the Pan American Games Rio 2007; career 132 international "A" appearances from 2002 to 2014; Canada Soccer Centennial Top 30 Female Footballers; two-time USL W-League Championship winner with Vancouver Whitecaps (2004, 2006); Golden Boot winner at the FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship Thailand 2004; CONCACAF youth championship in 2004; silver medal at the FIFA U-19 Women’s World Championship Canada 2002 and BC Soccer Adult Player of the Year in 2003.

Brittany also attended Centennial High School and played on the Senior Girls Soccer Team (2001 Provincial Silver Medalist) when she was not travelling with the National Team racking up all those amazing statistics.

Brittany Timko Baxter

Michelle Reaume – “I can’t imagine my life without sport and…wine”. A Mother, 25 x Ironman Triathlete, 12 x Ultra trail runner, Competitive Cyclist, Fitness Instructor, former Premier Soccer Player, Nike Canada Sales Executive.

Michelle spent most of her summers growing up in Vancouver and Penticton, dabbling in all kinds of sports from slalom water skiing to premier soccer. She soondiscovered a sport that suited her love for athletics - triathlons. She has raced 25 Ironmans (swim, bike,run), including a memorable Hawaii Ironman World Championship.

Michelle continues to compete and participate in epic hiking and cycling adventures but her love for road cycling remains on top. It brings her to places that cars never see. It has allowed Michelle to travel to exotic places around the world and explore areas where there is no cell service! Michelle is a certified fitness instructor and has worked part-time for over 25 years. She absolutely LOVE her Monday night cycle class at Port Moody Rec Centre. It brings her great pleasure to motivate, inspire and execute a safe and effective cycling workout. To Michelle, life is about balance and also about creating memories and experiences. “Life is a sport, make it count…Just Do It”.

Michelle Reaume

Kelley Law has a prominent place in history amongst Canadian curling fans. Team Law won the 2000 World Curling Championship in Glasgow, Scotland and are 2002 Olympic Bronze Medalists, Salt Lake City Games. Team Law was inducted into the BC Sports Hall of Fame in 2000.

Team Law gained national acclaim in Canada in the sport of curling. With teammates Julie Skinner, Georgina Wheatcroft and Diane Nelson (now Diane Dezura), Team Law won the national women’s curling championship in February, 2000. A few weeks later in April 2000 the team capped off the season by winning the gold medal at the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship in Scotland. The team continued their winning ways in November, 2001 when they won the Canadian Olympic curling Trials and the right to represent Canada at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah. At the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Team Law finished the round robin portion of the event in 1st place with a record of 8 wins and 1 loss but lost a semi-final game to Great Britain who went on to win the gold medal. Kelley and her teammates showed great character in bouncing back from their semi-final defeat to win the bronze medal game.

Kelley knows all about lifetime achievements therefore her professional success should come as no surprise! Following her curling career, Kelley became a licensed realtor in 2003. Kelley’s ambition, professionalism, and client-first approach have been the keys to many achievements and successes in her Real Estate career. Among other awards, Kelley achieved the prestigious RE/MAX Lifetime Achievement status in 2015. When Kelley is not spending time with family and friends, or is not helping you buy or sell a home, she is happy to recommend delicious recipes and even the wine pairings to go with them! You can follow Kelley on instagram at https://www.instagram.com/law.blackwell.realty/

Kelley Law

Thank you for supporting our event. We hope you leave connected, empowered and with an inspired heart.




FAQs

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

This is a licensed event. Paid attendees must be over drinking age.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Parking is available in the parking lot off Winslow Avenue. Please do not park in Fire Lanes.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Email darcelmoro@gmail.com

What's the refund policy?

Ticket transfers are allowed, however there are no refunds.

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Centennial Secondary

570 Poirier Street

Coquitlam, BC V3J 6A8

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