tandridge bmx camp 2013 225x300 2013 Tandridge Summer BMX Camp Back To School BBQ

To end off our Summer Camp on Sunday September 15, 2013 we celebrated 75 Tandridge BMX Camp Back to School BBQ. It was a fun filled day with the camp kids showing their skills they developed during camp. We kicked of the afternoon by starting with bike games and beginner competitions, music, prizes and cool giveaways. Shout out to TAVIS RRT for the awesome donation of two bicycles for prizes (donated by the Breakfast Club). Two bikes were won by Kendra and Samuel.

All the kids received an award of excellence in recognition for their personal commitment, dedication, and performance in Tandridge BMX Summer Camp 2013.

We are truly grateful to Court and Kirsten Carruthers, Toronto Police Service (Sgt. Worth & Team TAVIS RRT, Sgt. Brammall 23Div), Communities Advancing Valued Environments (CAVE) Leyla Bulcan & Paul Aiello, ParticipACTION Teen Challenge- Sponsored by Coca-Cola Canada, Toronto Argos, Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities, Walmart, Ten Pack Distribution, Mentors at Tandridge BMX park Jason Tojeiro, Mark Battiston, Isiah Marshall & Germain Jarvis, Michael Heaton, Al Crawford (Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recreation), Charmaine Roye Tenant Rep at #Tandridge and Toronto Community Housing Corporation. For their continuous support over the years, we couldn’t do it alone. You all have changed many kids’ lives, giving them a voice and showing them the importance of building healthy relationships between the community and police.

Sept 15/13′ 75 Tandridge BMX back to school BBQ was an example of community, business partners & police working together to make the world a better place and the positive impact it can have. How important it is to know that one little thing can touch a person’s life. We are helping inner city youth live their dream and experience life at Tandridge BMX camp.
It is a great honour to volunteer with the Toronto BMX program. Mike Heaton, President of Toronto BMX has reached out to many beginner and professional riders all over the world. The freestyle BMX action sport will continue to grow stronger and make a positive impact.

The sport is fun with many tricks and we sure aren’t afraid to go higher and fly to the limit. We can do anything. NO FEAR!

On behalf of the Tandridge BMX Summer Camp we like to extend our warm appreciation for making this happen! Looking forward to many more successful years to come.

I AM a Champion of Hope! Human Dignity, Compassion + Peace
Enjoy, Antonietta Condello