MONTREAL, Dec. 9, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - The Breakfast Club of Canada has
scored big, bringing in two new star recruits to up its game and come
to the defence of children in need. Together, Carey Price and Josh
Gorges will be lending their talents to the Club and its mission. The
official induction ceremony earlier today at École primaire
Lionel-Groulx saw both players don the Club jersey. The school is one
of 1,266 groups that belong to the Breakfast Club of Canada. The Club
has been a strong advocate in providing a daily healthy breakfast and
helping students get ahead for close to 20 years.
One draft round was all it took to win over this dynamic pair, both of
whom have been long-time supporters of the Club's values.
"When the Club came knocking, I knew right away what my answer would
be," said Carey Price. "My answer was unequivocal because I realize how
important the Breakfast Club's mission is. By ensuring kids get a
nutritious breakfast every day and helping them develop their
self-esteem, the organization is giving them the tools to get ahead in
life. It's that sense of determination - day in, day out - that
inspires me. Success is something you work toward and build over time.
It's something I really believe in."
As for Josh Gorges, he has a special message for all the kids who belong
to the Breakfast Club across the country. "This is a huge honour for
me, knowing that I'm now part of a team of 130,000 fighters who get up
early every morning to come together and start their day the right way.
I know that by joining forces we will achieve our objective. And that's
one goal I won't block - promise!"
The Breakfast Club of Canada is delighted by this major recruiting
coup. "With Josh Gorges and Carey Price on our side, our team's impact
will be greater than ever. Together, we will be much more effective in
letting people know about the important work we do and getting the
entire community on board," said President and Founder Daniel Germain.
About the Breakfast Club of Canada Founded in 1994, the Breakfast Club of Canada is committed to ensuring
that all children start off their day with a healthy breakfast in a
nourishing environment. The Club is a strong advocate for helping
students get ahead, both in school and in life. Its Canada-wide network
currently reaches out to 1,266 schools and 130,000 children.
SOURCE: Breakfast Club of Canada
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