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Thank You Frontline Workers!
Submitted By Kiara Jefferies on Thursday, April 9, 2020
The Twisters would like to say thank you to all frontline workers who are part of the Twister Family. Over the next few weeks we will be thanking frontline workers who are part of our organization as coaches, volunteers, and parents. Keep reading to find out who the first six frontline workers are that we would like to thank, and stay tuned to our social media daily as we continue to say thank you to those who are working hard to keep us and our families safe during these difficult times. 

Thank you Sandy, Matt, Letitia, Heather, Greg, and Emily for you hard work and dedication to your jobs during this trying time!

Sandy Holloway. Sandy is a paramedic and volunteered her time as a trainer for the Atom B team this past season which her daughter plays for.

 

Matt Boycott. Matt is a police officer and volunteered as an assistant coach with the Atom AA team this past season. Matt has 2 daughters that play for the Twisters, Eden (Atom AA) and Mielle (Atom A).

 

Letitia McDougall. Letitia is a nurse and has a daughter on the Atom B team.

 

Heather and Greg Petrie. Heather is a nurse and Greg is a firefighter. Their daughter Quinn played on the Atom A team this past season.

 

Emily Hay. Emily is paramedic and was also a trainer for the Atom B team this past season where her daughter Meghan was on the team.

  
For more you can follow us on Instagram (@nhtwisters) and Twitter (@nhgha). If you know of a frontline worker you would like us to recognize and thank that is part of the Twisters organization you can send your photos, along with the individuals name, job on the frontlines, and team which their daughter plays on or they volunteer for to Kiara ([email protected]). 


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