Clay Heavenfire Rebecca Kaiser
The Street Prints Artist Collective continues to grow and add successful markets and events around Edmonton, as we enter our second year as a collective. The first year we attended several great events thanks to support from plenty of local agencies and organizations, including Bissell Centre, Wild Heart Collective, the Edmonton Arts Council, and End Poverty Edmonton. We look forward to continuing to provide support and opportunities for inner city artists in our second year. If you would like to book the Street Prints Collective for your event, or learn more about what we are up to, please contact email@example.com or find us on Facebook.
This month, the ICRWP’s Floor Hockey Sportsmanship Award goes to Clay Heavenfire. Clay deserves the award for keeping a calm and collected temperament every time he plays. Being the goaltender is a high pressure position, and Clay always handles it with grace and gratitude towards fellow players. Clay is also kind to himself when he’s not having the greatest game, and mentors the values of acceptance and compassion, both within and outside of a recreational sport atmosphere.
Rylan is the Program Lead, Inner City Recreation and Wellness Program. Mike Siek and Rebecca Kaiser are Program Coordinators with ICRWP.