Gold medal winner Spooner to be honoured at Hogan Chevrolet event

News Apr 11, 2014 Scarborough Mirror

Scarborough Olympic gold medalist Natalie Spooner will again be feted by her community this Saturday, April 12, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Hogan Chevrolet, 5000 Sheppard Ave. E.

‘Gold medal day for Natalie’ will feature a chance to meet with Spooner, and to get autographs and photos.

There will also be a barbecue and loot bags for kids, along with a skills competition and comedian David Merry.

The event will also help raise funds for one of Spooner’s favourite charities, the Breakfast Club of Canada.

There will be a charity draw of 12 signed Team Canada sweaters to help raise funds.

Spooner pulled off the rarest of hockey feats – the Olympic gold medal and the Clarkson Cup, the latter of which is the women’s version of the Stanley Cup.

Cedarbrae grad

The Cedarbrae Collegiate grad closed out her memorable season last month, sharing the Clarkson Cup with her teammates after her club team – the Toronto Furies – won the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL) championship game 1-0 in overtime over the Boston Blades.

Spooner led her team in scoring with two goals and three assists in the four games.

Although Spooner didn’t score any goals in Canada’s improbable 3-2 comeback win over the U.S. in the Olympic gold medal game in Sochi, she was the hero of the semifinal game.

She scored the first two goals of the 3-1 semifinal win over Switzerland.

Gold medal winner Spooner to be honoured at Hogan Chevrolet event

Residents can meet hockey player, help raise funds for Breakfast Club of Canada

News Apr 11, 2014 Scarborough Mirror

Scarborough Olympic gold medalist Natalie Spooner will again be feted by her community this Saturday, April 12, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Hogan Chevrolet, 5000 Sheppard Ave. E.

‘Gold medal day for Natalie’ will feature a chance to meet with Spooner, and to get autographs and photos.

There will also be a barbecue and loot bags for kids, along with a skills competition and comedian David Merry.

The event will also help raise funds for one of Spooner’s favourite charities, the Breakfast Club of Canada.

There will be a charity draw of 12 signed Team Canada sweaters to help raise funds.

Spooner pulled off the rarest of hockey feats – the Olympic gold medal and the Clarkson Cup, the latter of which is the women’s version of the Stanley Cup.

Cedarbrae grad

The Cedarbrae Collegiate grad closed out her memorable season last month, sharing the Clarkson Cup with her teammates after her club team – the Toronto Furies – won the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL) championship game 1-0 in overtime over the Boston Blades.

Spooner led her team in scoring with two goals and three assists in the four games.

Although Spooner didn’t score any goals in Canada’s improbable 3-2 comeback win over the U.S. in the Olympic gold medal game in Sochi, she was the hero of the semifinal game.

She scored the first two goals of the 3-1 semifinal win over Switzerland.

Gold medal winner Spooner to be honoured at Hogan Chevrolet event

Residents can meet hockey player, help raise funds for Breakfast Club of Canada

News Apr 11, 2014 Scarborough Mirror

Scarborough Olympic gold medalist Natalie Spooner will again be feted by her community this Saturday, April 12, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Hogan Chevrolet, 5000 Sheppard Ave. E.

‘Gold medal day for Natalie’ will feature a chance to meet with Spooner, and to get autographs and photos.

There will also be a barbecue and loot bags for kids, along with a skills competition and comedian David Merry.

The event will also help raise funds for one of Spooner’s favourite charities, the Breakfast Club of Canada.

There will be a charity draw of 12 signed Team Canada sweaters to help raise funds.

Spooner pulled off the rarest of hockey feats – the Olympic gold medal and the Clarkson Cup, the latter of which is the women’s version of the Stanley Cup.

Cedarbrae grad

The Cedarbrae Collegiate grad closed out her memorable season last month, sharing the Clarkson Cup with her teammates after her club team – the Toronto Furies – won the Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL) championship game 1-0 in overtime over the Boston Blades.

Spooner led her team in scoring with two goals and three assists in the four games.

Although Spooner didn’t score any goals in Canada’s improbable 3-2 comeback win over the U.S. in the Olympic gold medal game in Sochi, she was the hero of the semifinal game.

She scored the first two goals of the 3-1 semifinal win over Switzerland.