PRAIRIE RUN CREW
PRAIRIE RUN CREW OUTREACH PROGRAM IS A UNIQUE RUNNING PROGRAM THAT EMPOWERS PARTICIPANTS TO GROW AND DEVELOP AS THEY DISCOVER NEW SKILLS AND INTERESTS. WE STRIVE TO CREATE A SAFE, EXPERIENCE-RICH ENVIRONMENT THAT WILL LEAD TO INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES AND ENDLESS MEMORIES.
AT PRAIRIE RUN CREW OUTREACH PROGRAM, WE BRING A MESSAGE OF HOPE AND RESTORATION THROUGH LIVING A HEALTHY AND ACTIVE LIFESTYLE. WE DO THIS BY LOVING AND SERVING THE COMMUNITIES.
WE BREAK DOWN THE BARRIERS THAT INHIBIT PEOPLE FROM START RUNNING.
We tell our story, our passion for running. We connect and inspire youth to dream big and to build self-esteem through goal setting and accomplishments.
Crossing the Finish Line
Through partnership with Brainsport and New Balance we equip youth with the mind, body and shoes to build their physical self.
Fun for All
We teach warm up and cool down techniques, get participants moving and help train. Through every stage of the process we will work to ensure everyone have fun.
CTV NEWS SASKATOON
'A message of hope and restoration': Sask. running clinic aims to help young people by staying active
SASKATOON -- After years of struggling with addiction and mental health, Tarrant Cross Child decided to pick up a former hobby of his, and has since decided to use it to help young people across the province.
Cross Child started running while in a rehab centre. Once he finished the program, he said he ran the Saskatchewan Marathon in 2015 — a race he won in 1998.
"To be on the start line after all I’ve come through, because a year before that I couldn’t even run around my block," Cross Child said.(...)
'I want these kids to experience a victory': Saskatoon runner inspiring hope amid youth suicide crisis, pandemic
Running played a vital role for Tarrant Cross Child as he battled addictions and recovered from a suicide attempt. He also uses running to foster hope in Indigenous youth across Saskatchewan.
The chance to make a positive impact in just one person’s life is the reason Cross Child has continued on his mission through Prairie Run Crew Outreach Program. At one of the communities he visited, there was a 10-year-old girl who had attempted suicide the week before he visited. She attended the clinic and was given a pair of running shoes. Cross Child later learned that the girl’s grades had improved, her attendance was near perfect, she had been participating in gym class and was no longer on the community’s watch list for suicide. (...)
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