SNCC Hope Floats is a Breast Cancer Survivor Dragon Boat crew
No experience necessary, no age limits
To join Hope Floats crew
register for any dragon boat program with South Niagara Canoe Club
and choose 'yes' when asked if you would like to be a part of the Hope Floats BCS crew.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Anne at: 289-723-1300
Free Introduction to Indoor Dragon Boat, Friday January 3rd 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Winter Indoor Paddling
Mondays & Wednesdays January 6th through March 30th
SNCC Hope Floats' main focuses are to share the benefits of exercise and team participation with Breast Cancer Survivors through Dragon Boat and to support one another while improving/maintaining fitness and developing paddling skills.
We participate in Breast Cancer Survivor festivals particularly the International Breast Cancer Paddling Commission (IBCPC) festival that is held once every four years.
Crew members are encouraged to practice and race in any dragon boat program(s) at SNCC . There are two criteria to be on this crew 1. Must be a breast cancer survivor 2. Must be a member of South Niagara Canoe Club
Participation in festivals is not mandatory. Hope Floats members choose to dragon boat with our recreational and/or competitive crew. Hope Floats members gather together for BCS specific events such as fundraising, socials, community outreach and additional practices leading up to BCS festivals.
Next Hope Floats Meet & Greet @ Wellspring Niagara TBA
Save the Date!
Why Dragon Boating for Breast Cancer Survivors?
Wellness, Fitness, Camaraderie, Fun and Support
Post-treatment, breast cancer survivors may experience some limitations to their prior level of physical ability. This can be improved by dragon boat paddling. Attending 1 to 2 practices per week can help to regain strength, improve fitness levels and provide a great support group with those who have taken a similar cancer journey.
Dragon boating is an upper body activity that is non-weight bearing, therefore associated with less injury. It is shown to improve range of motion with a carry over into daily life. As well, the risk of lymphedema can be lowered
We are always recruiting.
How can you help? If you can hang up our poster, and hand out our flyer, you can help us reach more Breast Cancer Survivors.
Thank you for sharing!
* Please note, this flyer is designed to be folded in a Z fold. The front page is the right panel of the first page of the word document, it says Hope Floats at the top. The back page is the right panel on the second page of the word document, it is the page that says Registration on it.
Copyright - South Niagara Canoe Club 2018
South Niagara Canoe Club is a registered non-profit corporation. Mailing address: 108 Thorold Rd. East, Welland, ON. L3C 7A6
New paddling location - Welland International Flatwater Centre, 16 Townline Tunnel Road, Welland, ON.