Virtual Games Guestbook
Welcome to the 2022 Well Nation Virtual Games Guestbook!
Share your thoughts, comment your experiences and let people know you were here and that you took part.
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The kids and I are excited to begin the games! We were going over which ones to try first! Not quite sure how we will do the basketball/volleyball with the amount of snow we have but that will just be a secondary challenge lol
We are loving the games as a guide for spending our PD Day together at home! Thank you!!!
Looking forward to starting today!!
Marnie Mae Speck
I’m so excited to see so many of you participating in ISWO’s first Virtual Games!! Thank you to everyone who worked so diligently in making this weeks games successful! Be creative!! Make memories! But most of all, have fun!!
Danielle Johnson, Standing Bear Program Development Coordinator
Really excited to share our info, examples and experience in participating in ISWO’s first virtual games with you! Have fun, and may the odds be ever in your favour.
Hannah Leaf, South East Regional Coordinator, Team Ontario U19 Women’s Box Lacrosse Coach
So excited to be part of the 2021 Well Nation Virtual Games. Challenge yourself, your friends, your family and your community, and have fun and enjoy the Games.
Abby Shirazi, ISWO Marketing & Communications
Within everyone there is passion and commitment, all you need to find out is what you are interested in. Cheers and best of luck with the Games
Clay Melnike, ISWO Manager of Programming
Let the virtual games begin! Good luck to all and have fun with it.
Bailey Meawasige, Fort William First nation, ISWO North Central Regional Coordinator
I’m so excited to be a part of ISWO’s first Virtual Games with all of you! I can’t wait to see you all participating, having fun and making new friends!
Belle Bailey from the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation, ISWO Communications and Sport Development Coordinator, Team Ontario 2017 U16 Badminton Athlete
Strive for progress, NOT perfection.
Krista Boyer from Ottawa, ISWO Program Developer and Research Specialist
Really excited to share our info, examples and experience in participating in ISWO’s first virtual games with you! Have fun, and may the odds be ever in your favour 🙂
Hannah Leaf, Akwesasne, ISWO South East Regional Coordinator, Team Ontario U19 Women’s Box Lacrosse Coach
A huge pat on the back to all who were a part of creating ISWO’s first ever Virtual Games. The adaptation and determination to build such an exciting platform for everyone during the pandemic is inspirational. My family and I cannot wait to participate!
Deidre Debassige, M’Chigeeng First Nation, ISWO Central Region Assistant
LOL Watching some of these vids brought a huge smile to my face 😃 That’s good medicine being shared right there already – can’t wait to share this with other family and friends!
Mekwan Tulpin, Peetabeck/Fort Albany First Nation, ISWO High Performance Coordinator, Team Ontario Sport Manager for Lacrosse