Yvan Pelletier, the club's sprint coach, is part of a program that started in January that's getting parents moving while their kids train.
One parent decided to become a full member of the club and get fit, which had others saying that they should do that as well. The club is training at the track at Base Gagetown, so there are a variety of fitness options for the parents to choose from. While one has a goal of running a 10K in May and another would like to be able to jog with his daughter, others are just happy to be moving.
The cost for parents to be part of the program is only $75, which is money well spent as far as most are concerned.
Chantal Ouellette's daughter, 10-year-old Eugenie Gaujacq, is a member of The Fredericton Legion Track Club, which is how she got involved.
When she started, she told him she had a knee injury on her right leg and an ankle injury on her left leg. The coaches also made sure that Ouellette didn't overdo it, which can be tempting when someone starts working out. What she does varies week to week, which keeps it interesting, but her overall goal is to be able to run two kilometres.
She's feeling better, has more energy, her body shape has changed and she's lost weight, she says. When she came to Canada from Germany, she settled down, had children and went to university.
She and Ouellette knew one another, and she saw that Ouellette began working out in September. Since he was waiting here for a couple of hours, doing nothing, he decided to put that time to good use. He's enjoying it, as he gets to be there for his daughter, 14-year-old Pascale Ouellette, but not be in her way. In this case, the kids were the inspiration for the parents, but now each can encourage the other to keep with it.
Assistant coach James Dunn gives Alexie Noble, 12, special recognition for her accomplishments in the program.
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I first saw them perform at the 2009 Tribes Hill Annual Meeting and Hootenanny at the historic Hammond House headquarters in Valhalla, NY. Much of their work carries the style and emotional power of musical theater, something Ia€™m very fond of. After they found out that they were all into music, they'd go over to Paul's house and play just for fun doing covers of Sheryl Crow, Bonnie Raitt and others. Outside of her positive chorus experiences, there were two stumbling blocks, one of them having a lasting negative effect. The next step she took was to enroll as a Theater major at SUNY (State University of New York), Fredonia, near Buffalo NY. Around 1996, the three had been getting together to play at Paul's house for some time, eventually playing a few shows as The YaYas, but never took any of it too seriously. In 2003, they self-produced their first 10-song CD, Everything, co-produced and mixed by Ben Wisch whoa€™d produced the Grammy-winning album Walking in Memphis by Mark Cohn and additionally, other notable performers (Patty Larkin, Lucy Kaplansky, Jonatha Brooke, Red Molly).
While Catherine is the lyricist for the band, she readily acknowledges the integral part that Jay and Paul play, sometimes helping her complete the songs, pushing her past hurdles in the narratives.
Paper Boats was just completed in September, and I was able to listen to the album before its release. The band moved to Mohegan Lake, near Peekskill, NY in 2005, and has become a part of the Tribes Hill community. The YaYas will appear in Acoustic Live showcases at NERFA and wea€™ll be at the Postcrypt Coffeehouse for their October 1st show.


I thought Jay, wry humorist, was the joker in the 3-card hand until Paul started to tell his story. They're driving their kids here and now they're spending the same amount of time (they used to spend waiting) to get their exercise," says Pelletier. Germain Landry and Fernand Ouellette are fathers with children in the club and are both working to improve their fitness. I used to run four or five kilometres a night 25 years ago, so I wanted to roll back to that and shed a few pounds," he says. Don't bother reserving a space in your heart for someone who doesn't make an effort to stay. If you are one of many of us in the world, and havent found or ever been in what you may consider true love, do not worry because you are not alone. As we grow older, some of us may notice that people that we thought would be in our lives forever arent there anymore, and as different newcomers enter into our lives the people that we once knew dont seem to be around.
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During her tenure as co-executive producer of Spark Off Rose, the popular spoken word series in Los Angeles, she cultivated fresh, new voices and often worked with deeply personal material. The band in which she sings lead vocals, The YaYas, has just released a new album, Paper Boats.
With her husband, Jay Mafale on guitar and old friend Paul Silverman on piano, she forms the point at which the lineup, in tandem, pushes its way into the listenera€™s heart. Neither of his parents had musical ability, but his father played Sinatra records all the time. Her teachers were serious about teaching everything from folk singing, to sight reading and ear training. The company would rearrange the space differently, according to need, sometimes in-the-round, often with the audience in close proximity to the actors. He didn't pursue any type of musical performance during his 4 years at college, but his drive to play was persistent. He did some acting for fun and enjoyed the camaraderie of the other actors, continuing with the theater group after graduation. During this period, Jay and Catherine fell in love and in October of 1997, they got married. On their honeymoon, Catherine was thrown from a horse and two of her vertebrae were crushed.
Reaching back to their first CD, Everything, it was evident that they had something special.
Catherine continues to do what she does best, writing songs that touch upon her personal experiences, but contain universal appeal, then express them with refined, passionate vocals. Reaching back to their first CD, Everything, it was evident thatA  they had something special.
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The song, a€?All these Gifts,a€? is from that album, and epitomizes her command of the songwriting craft and her vocal abilities. Once they found out about their mutual interest in making music, in small increments, their path revealed itself. When she was around 14 years old, as a Christmas gift, her mother purchased private lessons for her with a voice teacher.
Finding that she liked it, she performed through the rest of high school in some dramas and a couple of musicals.
It gave Catherine a new, heightened confidence, having the audience right next to her at times.
She'd lost the grandmother she sang with at age 14 and her maternal grandmother the year before her mom died. I got my hands on Everything at the 2009 Northeast Regional Folk Alliance (NERFA) Conference.


Although no one else in her family had musical talent, her grandmother, who loved to sing, lived next door.
I got my hands on EverythingA  at the 2009 Northeast Regional Folk Alliance (NERFA) Conference. The small group environment cultivates a safe, dynamic space, allowing for group interaction as well as individual guidance and feedback. She has taught at Cal State Fullerton, UCLA Extension Writersa€™ Program and UCLA Arts and Healing, and currently offers workshops and one-on-one coaching to writers under her Spirit of Story banner. The lead singer begins, her voice with that little catch in it which always works its way past my defenses. During a 90-minute conference-call interview, amidst many laughter-filled moments, we learned about each membera€™s individual path and what brought them together. Given that there wasn't much money available for such things, it was for just one lesson per month and, to her, it was a special gift. However, during her senior year, her English teacher told her that the subject matter in her poems was immature and not worth writing about. Rehearsals were held mostly on Long Island and toward the end also in Manhattan, where Jay was living.
She was confined, with a brace, to bed rest for three months, allowed to take a few steps once a day.
In my December NERFA CD reviews, I wrote: a€?While Jay on guitar and Paul on keyboard are terrific, Catherinea€™s voice is the jewel in the setting. In addition to co-bills with Freda€™s band, Hope Machine and the YaYas, Fred and Catherine will be touring together this fall. Hearing them again, on a number of occasions, their brilliance reinforced my initial impression. When he was 12, his parents took him to a Sinatra concert and he was thrilled to watch Buddy Rich drumming.
During the third lesson, Catherine asked the teacher if she had a chance to become a singer. During her recuperation period, she had time to reflect, and she realized that singing was the most important thing in her life and she wanted to make a serious attempt to work at it full-time.
She worked 30 hours a week her first two years and didn't audition for anything the first year. She spoke to Jay and Paul about pushing for more gigs, so in 1998, they surveyed the musical landscape and began their serious run as a band. After re-acclimating herself as a student, in her sophomore year, she started performing in plays again.
He worked with rehearsals for shows, so there wasn't time to practice the material a€” he just had to pick it up quickly.
In addition, she took a writing course, and in Carolyn Sobel, her professor, found a believer. Ita€™s dreamlike, with Paula€™s keyboard ringing like chimes and Jaya€™s solemn guitar strum conducting a stately march. Catherinea€™s voice floats, ethereally high over them: Please let him keep looking toward this horizona€¦When Ia€™m thinking of him, ita€™s twilight.
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