Cheryl Ritzen of Rec Services recommends this home workout.
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When the global pandemic hit, second-year Child and Youth Care students found themselves distanced from their final practicums, a key requirement to program completion. By applying knowledge and skills, they've created resources that could be beneficial to agencies long after the students have moved on.
The ACAC has named Todd Caughlin of the Lethbridge College Kodiaks as the 2019-20 ACAC Athletic Director of the Year. In his sixth season with the Kodiaks program, Caughlin was at the helm as the Kodiaks had one of the most successful seasons in program history.
Tiffany Weasel Head, her husband Casey and her four children – ranging in age from two to six – were struggling to make ends meet, with no end in sight. But she had an idea. A way out. She wanted to go back to school.
Chef Doug Overes, chair of Culinary Careers, is a nationally and internationally recognized chef whose passion for food inspires students. But don’t be intimidated to try one of his favourite comfort food recipes. He says his Moroccan Chicken is easy, cheap to make and the preparation and cooking takes less than an hour.
Be Fit for Life is sharing a new, free resource to help you Be Fit with Your Kid. Be Fit with Your Kid is designed to help parents and kids stay active together from the comfort of their home, yard and neighbourhood.
This week's movie pick: The Terminal (2004)
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks celebrated an abbreviated athletics season with the annual KODI Awards on Wednesday evening. The awards capped an incredible season for Kodiaks Athletics that included one national championship, three ACAC championships and more than 60 ACAC and CCAA honours.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has caused Lethbridge College to cancel its Convocation ceremony, the college is making sure its convocates are properly celebrated. The college is bringing the excitement of Convocation to convocates in the comfort of their own homes.