The school received the sponsorship through an EFNS social media contest. The contest ran from October 2nd – 10th, with the winner selecting the elementary school to receive the workshop. On November 21st, EFNS was represented by Jill Thomas from Scotia Poultry Farm Ltd, who participated in curling sessions with the students. The curling workshop taught the kids the basics of the sport, including how to score points, sweep the ice and throw the rocks. Along with the workshop, EFNS representatives provided the school with their own floor curling equipment set, cupcakes, tattoos, spatulas, pencils, and stickers.
We are honoured to have been a part of the Rocks and Rings program and give kids the chance to learn more about curling and healthy living.
This project was made possible through the Egg Farmers Give Back funding program.