Nedohins to speak at breakfast

World and Canadian champion curlers Heather and David Nedohin will be the guest speakers at the Sixth Annual Special Olympics Celebrity Breakfast June 20 at 7:30 a.m. at the Westerner Park Harvest Centre.

World and Canadian champion curlers Heather and David Nedohin will be the guest speakers at the Sixth Annual Special Olympics Celebrity Breakfast June 20 at 7:30 a.m. at the Westerner Park Harvest Centre.

David Nedohin is a five-time Alberta men’s curling champion, has won four Briers and captured world titles in 2002, 2003 and 2005. He is also a three-time Canada Cup winner and has won two Grand Slam crowns and the TSN Skins Game.

Heather Nedohin won the Alberta and world junior women’s curling crowns in 1996 — garnering the global title in Red Deer — and won gold in the 1998 Scotties Tournament of Hearts — the national women’s championship — at Regina in 1998. This year she captured the Scotties title in Red Deer and won bronze at the worlds in Lethbridge.

Tickets for the breakfast are $30 and are available by calling Special Olympics Red Deer at 403-346-4636, or by e-mail at specialolympics@cirsonline.ca

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