URBAN HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
The Tire Recycle Urban Athlete of the Week is Bryce Edwards of the Miles Macdonell Buckeyes volleyball team.
This 5’9” libero is currently passing a 2.4 average for the Buckeyes. He was named to the All-Star team of the University of Winnipeg and Queen’s University tournaments, and also helped his team win the University of Manitoba tournament. Coach Tim Au states, “Bryce is a hard working athlete who intangible qualities make him a pleasure to coach. His teammates look up to him and are inspired by his work ethic in every game and practice”.
This grade 12 student maintains an 85% average, while also participating in hockey.
MHSAA’s Full article.
TRI-STAR RURAL HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
The Tire Recycle Rural High School Athlete of the Week is Lauren Wiebe of the Niverville Panthers soccer team.
This 5’7” striker has helped lead the Panthers to 3 victories and a tie in their last four games. In those four games she has scored 11 goals and was named Player of the Game twice. Coach Gerald Negrave states, “Lauren believes in community and team work in all she does. Throughout her athletics or in her role as Student Council President, Lauren gives of her time and works to bring out the best in those around her. A true team player”.
This grade 12 student maintains a 93% average, while also participating in volleyball and badminton.
MHSAA’s Full article
Visit the TSM booth at the following events this summer, and pick yourself up a free tire gauge and tread wear indicator.
June 28 – Miami Fair and Rodeo – Miami
June 29 – Winnipeg River Car Club Canada Day Parade and Car Show – Lac du Bonnet
July 1 – Assiniboia Downs – Winnipeg
July 5 – Craft and Trade Show – Gimli
July 6 – Summer Fest – Dominion City
July 12 – Fun Fest Street Market – Minnedosa
July 13 – Assiniboine Valley Run – Brandon
July 18-19 – Summer Fest – St. Agathe
July 20 – Henry Ford Birthday Car Show – Winnipeg
July 25-27 – Sunflower Festival – Altona
July 30 – Northland Ford Sales Ltd. – The Pas
July 31 – Canadian Tire #640 – Flin Flon
August 1 – Brady Tire and Auto – Swan River
August 3 – River City Rumble – Winnipeg
August 9 – Portage Potato Festival – Portage la Prairie
August 10 – Pioneer Village Heritage Days – Beausejour
August 15-17 – BBQ & Blues Festival – Winnipeg
August 22 – 24 – Corn and Apple – Morden
September 6 – Sherbrook Street Festival
September 7 – Virtuosi Concert – Winnipeg
November 8-9 – Virtuosi Concert – Winnipeg
More events will be posted as they become finalized.
See you there!
Winter tires offer a dramatic improvement in driver control and traction in all cold-weather road conditions when temperatures fall below 7°C.
Tire makers are encouraging motorists to get the facts about winter tires and to carefully consider the safety and performance benefits that today’s high-tech winter tires offer in all cold-weather road conditions.
A trailblazing report from the Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) cites extensive research that shows that winter tires deliver superior traction, cornering and braking whether the cold-weather road surface is dry, snow covered, icy or slushy.
- Better traction, shorter stopping distances
- Winter tires save lives, reduce collisions
- Proper tire inflation
Read the full TIRF press release (PDF)
Read the complete TIRF report
FIRST PRIZE: Donna Smith from Rivers, Manitoba • Set of four new Cooper tires and installation at any Manitoba Sturgeon Tire location to a maximum of $1,000
There were four other lucky winners of Multi-Function Air Compressors:
- Victoria James, Winnipeg
- Iris Melnyk, Winnipeg
- Kevin Young, Portage la Prairie
- Elsie Loewen, Portage la Prairie