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December Sports Report
2021 December SPORTS REPORT
Dear BBSC family,
As we reflect on 2021, we recognize your resilience and determination over the past year.
Sports have bounced back from a challenging 2020. We are grateful for the strength of our membership and how it has pulled together during these challenging times. Several members continue to volunteer with our Clothing Drive while others donate generously to our Emergency Food Initiative, ensuring that the needy and at-risk do not have to worry about where their next meal is coming from. If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it is that, when the chips are down, the BBSC family pulls together like no other!
B’nai Brith recently launched its National Diverse Minds Creative Writing Competition for teens. The goal of the Diverse Minds competition is to empower youth to become role models, as BBSC develops leaders through sports and community involvement. I urge you to please inform the teens in your life of this very important competition.
Speaking of competition, our basketball has just launched our re-alignment and I am proud to report that the great competitive spirits of our players already are surfacing. There are three divisions in search of a champion!
Spring, if you can believe, is pretty well just around the corner now and so our Baseball programs will launch with our registration in February/March. NOW is the time to gather your players as we expect an onslaught of new teams. Members will again be able to play on multiple teams, including those that play in the NEW Sunday short season.
As 2021 comes to a close, B’nai Brith Sports would like to wish you and your families a safe and enjoyable New Year. May we celebrate again in 2022!
Thank you for your continued support. I wish you and your family health, happiness and a COVID-free 2022!
B'nai Brith Sports of Canada transcends the sports leagues it proudly runs. We operate under the guidance of B’nai Brith Canada. Check out our articles and see where your funds go to help support B’nai Brith Canada. I hope you take a look at the great initiatives that B’nai Brith is involved with in the Community, and the hard line we take at keeping the Canadian Jewish community safe.
We welcome feedback and any ideas on what you would like BBSC to showcase in 2022. In the coming months you will receive updates on the sports program, new ideas and events and how you can partake in community involvement with B’nai Brith Canada.
Talk to you soon,
Avi Ritter Sports League Director, B’nai Brith Canada