Saturday, December 11, 2010

Curling promotes inclusion

 RCD"s Vince Miele thanking those who made The Richmond event a success
"In his capacity as board chair of the Richmond Centre for Disability, writes Don Fennell of the Richmond Review, "Vince Miele spends a lot of time promoting inclusion, independence and empowerment."

The article, a wrap-up of last week's Richmond International Cashspiel, features Vince Miele, who has toiled unremarked to bring a first class event to the lower Mainland, and never mentioned that he won a National Championship last March.

Curling is an easy sport to integrate wheelchair users, noted Miele. You can read the article HERE.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

A huge thank you to a lot of people including the organizing committee, the many volunteers and the staff of the RCD but especially our Sponsors - The City of Richmond, Curl BC, The Rick Hansen Institute, The Canadian Curling Association, On the Rocks Curling Store Ltd., and WorksafeBC for helping the RCD in making our Bonspiel the success it was!