Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

Former Coady International Institute participant Chris Singenengele (centre), from Zambia, was in Antigonish last week and arranged a get-together with members of a bantam Bulldogs team he followed when in Antigonish six years ago. May 8 at the Antigonish Arena, Singenengele presented the players, Aaron Connolly (left), Riley Broussard, Kyle Bouchie and Marshall Cunningham with a token of his appreciation while Bouchie reciprocated the gesture by presenting him with a Bulldogs jersey. PHOTO: Richard MacKenzie

Along with his Coady International Institute education, Zambia’s Chris Singenengele took away something else, a second education if you will, from his time at the Coady and in Antigonish a half a dozen years ago. Singenengele developed an appreciation/love for the sport of hockey and, in particular, a bantam Bulldogs team from that time. Back in Antigonish last week for a visit, he had the opportunity to express his gratitude [...]

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