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STUDENT THERAPIST WINS AWARD

SELKIRK, MB– The Selkirk Steelers are pleased to announce that Student Athletic Therapist Brenna Pomanski was the recipient of the Dr. Henry Woltman Award in Kinesiology and Applied Health at the University of Winnipeg.

The award that was given out at the recent Manitoba Physical Education Supervisor’s Association(MPESA) breakfast. Amongst the many criteria for the award, Pomanski obtained the highest Grade Point Average(GPA) amongst students who do not have a prior University Degree.

The fourth year Athletic Therapy student spent the 2014-2015 Season with the Steelers under the guidance of long time trainer Alison Deneweth.

“We are very happy for Brenna and realize all the hard work that she puts in. Ali is an outstanding role model and mentor and we as an Organization are pleased that we can provide these opportunities to young students and aspiring trainers” said Selkirk Steelers General Manager David Obirek