Junior News 2014

Wheaton Aston, 10K Road Race

27th December 2014

We had four Juniors running at this event, Hannah Talbot, Amy Oliver, Jack Hodkinson and Will Sammons. For Hannah, Jack & Will this was their debut 10K race. It had been snowing the night before and the conditions were a little slippery underfoot in places. Unfortunately, the traditional Junior Fun Run had to be cancelled due to the icy conditions.

Name
Position
Time
Jack Hodkinson
51
41:56
Hannah Talbot
112
45:45
Amy Oliver
315
1:00:21

There is no official time for Will Sammons as he had intended to run in the Fun Run. Well done to all four who ran this race.

21st December – Harriers Winter Handicap Race

There were five Juniors who ran in this race, for some, this being their first Handicap.

Name
Time
Handicap
Net Time
Jack Hodkinson
45:00
19:00
26:00
George Hodkinson
45:23
17:00
28:23
Ewan Jackson
45:31
16:00
29:31
Hannah Talbot
45:34
15:30
30:04
Jake Oliver
48:32
16:00
32:32

Well done to all those who ran this race.

 

 

4th North Staffs Cross Country Race, Westwood High School, Leek

13th December 2014
We had a total of 24 Juniors running ‘Killer Hill’, the last race of the North Staffs League, in somewhat cold and frosty conditions. It was great to see quite a few of the Juniors travelling on the coach, which helped build a team spirit and comradeship.

Under 11 Boys (who finished 7th team)

Name
Position
Time
Tom Brownsil
4
7:30
James Sutton
19
8:18
Oliver Patrick
30
8:37
Robert Gray
38
8:53
Harry Dale
39
8:56
Evan Davis-Fuller
43
9:00
Matthew Hilsdon
49
9:35

 

Under 13 Boys (who finished 5th team)

Name
Position
Time
George Hodkinson
13
10:41
Ewan Jackson
15
10:58
Will Buckley
32
12:18
Jake Oliver
35
13:00
Alfie Marsden
37
13:12
Cieran Coghlan
45
17:16

 

Under 15 Boys

Name
Position
Time
Will Sammons
10
14:23
Kieran Mogey
31
20:09

 

Under 17 Men

Name
Position
Time
Jack Hodkinson
13
22:14

 

Under 11 Girls (who finished 12th team)

Name
Position
Time
Evie Jackson
27
6:27
Katie Taylor
52
7:17
Lucy Taylor
59
7:53

 

Under 13 Girls

Name
Position
Time
Taygon Pike
32
8:41

 

Under 15 Girls

Name
Position
Time
Hannah Talbot
10
11:40
Gabby Lufton
20
13:08

 

Under 17 Women

Name
Position
Time
Beth Darke
8
17:50
Amy Oliver
DNF

 

 

This was a great turnout by the Juniors, achieving some commendable times and positions, and yet again, their post-race comments have suggested they enjoyed themselves, despite the fact it was ‘Killer Hill’. A massive well done to all who took part in this event.

 

Stafford, Santa Dash Fun Run

7th December 2014

We had Matthew Hilsdon and Alfie Darby taking part in this festive fun run, through the town centre of Stafford, on a sunny winter’s morning. Both of their Dads also ran in the race, which turned out to be somewhat competitive, resulting in Phil Hilsdon winning the race, and mostly likely a few tearful children! Well done to Matthew and Alfie.

 

Stafford & Stone District Sportshall

 

During the month of December we have also had several Juniors competing in the School Indoor Athletics at Blessed William Howard School. Once again, it is great to see Juniors competing in events outside of the Harriers. Well done to all that took part.

 

Junior Awards Presentation for 2014

 

Six Juniors received trophies as recognition for their development and progress during 2014, demonstrated by their race results and achievements whilst representing the Harriers. The awards were given out by Club Chairman Craig Baxter at the Juniors Christmas Party, held at Tenpin on Wednesday, 17 December.

 

Most Improved Junior Girl: Ellie Smith

Most Improved Junior Boy: Kieran Mogey

Newcomer Junior Girl: Beth Darke

Newcomer Junior Boy: Matthew Hilsdon

Runner of the Year Junior Girl: Hannah Talbot

Runner of the Year Junior Boy: George Hodkinson

 

In addition certificates were awarded to those Juniors who had completed all four North Staffs Cross Country Races, and trophies were given out to those who ran in the team that came first place in the Stone St Michaels10K Relay Race back in June.

 

A massive well done to all the Juniors for your hard work and efforts during 2014. Your coaches Chris, Ian, Mark and Graham would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

 

5k Time Trials

 

In order to help monitor your progress, we have decided that 3 to 4 times every year (during Summer months only) to take the juniors out to Castlefields car park and run a 5k time trial along the disused railway. Each time they run their performance will be logged and then we can chart each individuals progress which we can monitor and help with the juniors to see their development as a result of the hard effort they put in training.

 

Results

 

Name
9th April
18th June
10th Sept
Difference June & Sept
Will Sammons
18.47
20.10
George Hodkinson
20.45
18.51
Jack Hodkinson
20.42
18.54
Ewan Jackson
21.43
20.00
Owen Turner
20.24
Hannah Talbot
21.33
20.44
22.04
-03
Jack Sammons
21.41
Matt Cope
23.39
22.18
Jake Oliver
23.29
22.34
23.36
-0.07
Gabby Lufton
24.55
23.11
24.49
0.06
Beth Darke
23.11
23.23
Harvey Gomersall
23.23
23.16
Dan Staphnill
23.24
Ellie Smith
24.43
23.42
24.18
0.25
Amy Oliver
25.34
24.19
24.30
1.04
Harry Hornby
25.08
Kieran Mogey
26.05
25.14
24.27
1.38
Ali Morgan
23.31
25.14
25.01
-1.30
Meg Johnson
24.46
25.28
Olivia Black
26.16
25.35
Nathan Hine
25.40
George Mills
25.41
Harry Dale
26.27
25.02
Cara Hawkins
28.50
Kian Arnott
29.12
28.09
Lauren Staphnill
29.45
Joe Smith
20.28
Will Buckley
22.27
Taygen Pike
26.16
24.28
1.48
Alfie Marsden
24.15
Olivia Gonsilbz
24.17
Oliver Patrick
26.02
Andy Fitzhenry
29.24
Laura Gratkowska
30.04

NB Diff column is the difference in times between April and September, as the measured distance for the course on these dates was consistent

Pre-Season Cross Country – Trentham,

Sat 6th September

 

A valuable pre-season warm up event organised by the Staffs Athletics network (www.ssan.org.uk) and hosted by Trentham Running Club at Trentham Rugby Club.

Races were held for various age groups & distances to match the usual North staffs league format, such as U9’s/U11’s (1500m), U13’s (2000m) & U15’s / U17’s (3000m)

The entry numbers were disappointing with probably a few holidays & football training clashes effecting the turn out.

However, 6 x enthusiastic Junior Harriers made the effort and walked away with some impressive results& worthwhile experience in hand.

Performances as follows:

U13’s 3rd Jake Oliver 5th Taygen Pike

U15’s 3rd Kieran Mogey 5th Gabby Lufton

U17’s 1st Beth Darke 2nd Amy Oliver

Staffs Knot 2 mile Fun Run and 5 mile Race (Marquis Drive, Cannock Chase)

30th July 2014

 

Report by Ian Hodkinson

 

On a beautiful warm summer’s evening, we had 20 enthusiastic and keen Juniors running in the Fun Run, the course being the smaller loop of the main race.

For some, this was their debut race for the Harriers.

 

Name
Position
Time
Will Sammons
1
12:00
George Hodkinson
3
12:05
Owen Turner
4
12:09
Ewan Jackson
5
12:40
Jake Oliver
6
13:38
Ali Morgan
7
13:56
Taygen Pike
10
14:29
Kieran Mogey
13
14:47
Robert Gray
15
15:41
Matthew Hilsdon
16
15:43
Alfie Darby
17
16:00
Sami Morgan
18
16:31
Evie Jackson
21
16:37
Lara Tolley
23
16:41
Polly Pye
24
16:43
Lucy Taylor
27
19:10
Amy Simcox
31
21:20
Lilia Mogey
32
21:28
Katie Taylor
33
21:42
Rose White
34
21:49

 

Congratulations to all who ran this race.

 

In the 5 mile race we had Amy Oliver and Jack Hodkinson, who both had an excellent run.

 

Name
Position
Time
Jack Hodkinson
64
33:24
Amy Oliver
252
45:09

 

This was Jack’s debut adult race, having recently turned 15 just two earlier, finishing in a very respectable position, and coming in 36th place in the men’s category, so a very big well done goes out to Jack, and of course to Amy.

 


Race report by Lilia Mogey (age 8yrs)

On Wednesday 30th I took part in the Staffs Knot with the Stafford Harriers. It was my first ever race and I loved wearing my Stafford Harriers vest. At the start my race I felt nervous, frightened and anxious because I had never run 2 miles before. I felt better when everybody around me kept saying good luck.

The start line felt really scary to me as I was surrounded by other runners talking about winning. I tried not to listen and concentrated on my race.

As I got going my nerves disappeared and I felt happier. There were lots of people I knew cheering me on and that kept making me smile. I ran my best and only stopped once to get rid of my stitch.

Near the finish I could hear lots of cheers. The man on the microphone said as I finished “it’s nice to see a smile on a face as 509 comes in”. That made me smile even more.

I loved the race and would do another one. My brother says feeling scared is normal. I really enjoyed being part of it and will be showing my teachers my medal in September.

The 2014 Edition of the Harrier Games

19th July @ Rowley Park
Report by Ian Hodkinson

 

This years’ Games were a fun event (seriously!) open to all Adults & Juniors.
Anyone who had ever dreamt of being the next Mo Farah or Usain Bolt – had the chance to have a go on a proper track Vs their fellow harrier friends !
27 Juniors & 23 Adults were able to experience running track races against a top class field of fellow harriers on Rowley Parks top quality track & at the same
time beating Mum’s, Dad’s, friends & other harriers.
This year we held the Annual Harriers Games @ Rowley Park Stadium on a Wet & Humid day with early morning thunder storms (which might have scared a few runners off).
But, by the orders of Mr Chairman, the rain held off just in time for us to get the games off with the traditional 1 miler race.
Everybody ran 3 x track events (2 x long + 1 x short or 2 x short + 1 x long), with all athletes grouped into leagues of similar abilities.
There were some top performances on the day with some very close finishes (plus a couple of Juniors beating their Dad mentioning no names)
I think it was fair to say that everyone who took part really enjoyed themselves, if not in the races at least at the social & presentations held afterwards
At the Morris Man. Prizes generously donated by Craig were awarded to each group winner.
Full results & Group standings are as below:-

GROUP A.
1 mile
PO
100M
PO
800 m
PO
200m
PO
400m
PO
3000M
PO
TOTAL
Ian Talbot 390
2.22.04
1
27.21
1
60.91
1
3
Phil Hilsdon 388
5.08.30
1
62.18
2
10.38
1
4
Mark Bridgwood 386
5.08.81
2
64.09
3
10.40
2
7
Jack Hodkinson 278
5.18
3
2.24.18
2
27.49
2
7
Kev Darby 440
14.49
1
2.31.40
4
30.11
3
8
Ian Hodkinson 400
5.35
4
2.31.14
3
65.54
4
11
GROUP B.
1 mile
PO
100M
PO
800 m
PO
200m
PO
400m
PO
3000M
PO
TOTAL
Steve Jackson 372
5.28
1
13.43
2
70.65
2
5
John Gomersall 373
5.33
3
13.24
1
2.46.30
3
7
George Hodkinson 251
5.30
2
15.14
4
68.52
1
7
Hannah Talbot 277
5.45
4
2.43.27
1
31.22
2
7
Jim Smith 376
2.44.40
2
30.90
1
73.32
4
7
Ian Dale 338
5.56
5
14.86
3
71.22
3
11
Joe Atherton 375
41.64
4
87.36
6
13.28
1
11
Dave Payling 385
2.47.89
4
33.68
3
76.56
5
12
GROUP C.
1 mile
PO
100M
PO
800 m
PO
200m
PO
400m
PO
3000M
PO
TOTAL
David Taylor 392
6.47
1
2.56.32
1
1.18
1
3
Caitlin Gomersall 374
2.56.48
2
34.60
2
1.19
2
6
Dom Mattocks 419
14.64
1
3.23
4
31.68
1
6
Caryl Gibson 339
40.97
5
1.42
3
15.09
1
9
Anne Coghlan 397
17.98
3
3.18
3
38.18
4
10
Julie Mogey 371
17.66
2
3.41
5
37.88
3
10
GROUP D.
1 mile
PO
100M
PO
800 m
PO
200m
PO
400m
PO
3000M
PO
TOTAL
Gemma Gray 396
3.28
1
37.99
1
1.30
1
3
Katrina Jones 391
8.00
1
18.39
1
41.14
3
5
Hannah Lloyd 337
3.45
2
39.29
2
1.36
3
7
GROUP E.
1 mile
PO
100M
PO
800 m
PO
200m
PO
400m
PO
3000M
PO
TOTAL
Amanda Taylor 393
4.07
3
45.50
1
1.52
1
5
Debbie Garcia 395
4.17
5
46.67
2
1.54
2
9
Sarah Gray 394
4.15
4
47.11
3
1.55
3
10
Juniors team one
1 mile
PO
100M
PO
800 m
PO
200m
PO
600m
PO
3000M
PO
TOTAL
Gracie Marsden 301
18.36
1
40.26
1
2.44
1
3
Lucy Taylor 230
18.58
2
3.31
1
40.90
2
5
Katie Taylor 231
18.83
3
3.49
2
40.90
2
7
Ella Buckley 279
20.66
4
46.26
4
3.03
2
10
Lilia Mogey 229
20.66
4
47.68
5
3.17
3
12
Reece Bridgwood 215
22.27
6
50.52
6
3.20
4
16
Junior team 2
1 mile
PO
100M
PO
800 m
PO
200m
PO
600m
PO
3000M
PO
TOTAL
Jessica Moseley 145
16.54
1
3.33
2
1.30
1
4
Evie Jackson 216
17.00
3
3.19
1
37.24
1
5
Grace Chalesworth 260
16.81
2
3.39
3
39.01
2
7
Aaron Dale 198
18.47
4
3.42
4
40.90
3
11
Sophia Bridgwood 228
18.89
5
3.43
5
43.25
4
14
Junior Team 3
1 mile
PO
100M
PO
800 m
PO
200m
PO
600m
PO
3000M
PO
TOTAL
Harry Dale 232
16.44
1
3.00
1
1.20
1
3
Robert Gray 176
3.02
2
35.12
1
1.25
2
5
Cieran Coghlan 199
3.14
3
36.62
2
1.26
3
8
Matthew Hilsdon 175
7.12
1
3.22
5
1.34
4
10
Alfie Darby 303
17.77
3
3.17
4
38.26
4
11
Jack Brain 297
DNF
0
17.43
2
38.06
3
5
Junior team 4
1 mile
PO
100M
PO
800 m
PO
200m
PO
600m
PO
3000M
PO
TOTAL
Ewan Jackson 197
14.94
1
2.42
1
31.45
1
3
Will Buckley 294
16.68
2
2.48
2
33.70
2
6
Alfie Marsden 213
3.03
4
33.94
3
1.20
2
9
Kieran Mogey 214
3.00
3
36.50
5
1.18
1
9
George Mills 302
17.27
3
3.13
5
34.32
4
12
Junior Team 5
1 mile
PO
100M
PO
800 m
PO
200m
PO
600m
PO
3000M
PO
TOTAL
Oliva Gonsalves 296
14.40
1
2.56
1
29.74
1
3
Oliva Black 295
16.12
2
3.04
2
35.68
2
6

Finally, a big thank you goes to Craig Baxter (Chief organizer) & Mike Jones for sorting the entries, groups & results.
A special thanks also to all of the track officials for time keeping, race places, starters etc.. (Liz, Simon, Tracey, Ed, Darren, Joe, Craig) without their help we couldn’t hold the event.

JCB Fun Run

17th July 2014
A total of 9 junior harriers made the midweek journey to JCB World HQ @ Rocester on a red hot evening for this popular local fun run over a 2.3 mile distance. All 9 finished exceptionally well, all coming in the top 30 finishers out of 88 entries & taking the spoils with all of the first 3 positions.

1st Home was Jack Hodkinson (13.38 min) followed by Will Sammons (13.53 min) and George Hodkinson (14.02)
Special mention goes to Evie Jackson running her debut harriers race.
Other harriers finishers were:-
6th Ewan Jackson 15.25 min
9th Jake Oliver 16.08 min
11th Will Buckley 16.10 min
12th Alfie Marsden 16.15 min
21st Matthew Hilsdon 17.27 min
30th Evie Jackson 19.35 min

Cheadle 4, Fun Run -Sunday

13th July

 

Matthew Hilsdon was again the only Junior representing the club in this fun run, coming in 8th place, so a big congratulations to Matthew!

Race for Life 5k, County Show Ground, Stafford

Tuesday, 8th July

 

We had several Junior Harriers running in this charity race, including Beth Darke, who finished in the top ten.

A big well done to all Harriers who ran this race. (Sorry but no results issued)

Harriers Summer Handicap – Thursday, 3rd July

We had just one Junior Harrier, Jack Hodkinson, running this race, on what was yet another warm summer’s evening.

Jack came in 3rd place, in a fantastic time of 24:55, taking his Dad in style on the last climb, despite starting a minute behind him.

Great running Jack and well done!

 

Berryhill Fields 2K Fun Run

Tuesday, 1st July

 

 

On a warm and still summer’s evening, we had just one Junior representing the club in the Fun Run.

Name Position Time
Matthew Hilsdon 30th 12:30
Also running in this race was his Mum, Karen, who he managed to beat, so a big well done to Matthew!

 

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Stone St. Michaels 10k & 10k Relay

22/6/14

 

Firstly, a big thank you to those parents/guardians who helped with the changeover points – without their support we would not be able to enter any teams in this event on safety grounds, as it is not fully marshaled.

However, we managed to get enough interest to enter 2 x teams of 5 (each runner completing a 2k leg). The relay is run on the same course as the full 10K race and at the same time, so a great opportunity to overtake some top adults.

 

Both teams did really well on what was a very hot Sunday morning with Team 1 coming 1st (Jack Hodkinson, Will Buckley, Hannah Talbot, Jake Oliver & George Hodkinson) & Team 2 coming 4th (Kieron Mogey, Harry Dale, Sophia Bridgwood, Robert Gray & Matthew Hilsdon) collecting medals & a trophy on the way !

 

Well done Harriers !!

In the main 10K race we were represented by Joe Smith (83rd in 42.21 mins) & Amy Oliver (379th in 59.51 mins). Both are making really good progressing moving up to the longer distances.

 

SHUGBOROUGH RELAYS

 

It was a great turn out from Stafford Harriers and great running from all those Juniors who ran it.

It was surely very thirsty for everyone indeed. The juniors entered 10 x teams (so 40 runners).

The Harriers Young Rockets team (Jack & George Hodkinson, Ewan Jackson & Will Sammons) came second overall in the under 52 years age group.

Which was a good effort – not far behind them was Harrier Young Guns team (Will Buckley, Owen Turner, Jake Oliver & Daniel Staphnil) who also had a great race.

The leading junior on the night was Jack Hodkinson in a time of 12.02 mins.

 

It was a magnificent display from all of the Harriers (Juniors & seniors), so a big well done to everyone who took part.

 

George Hodkinson

 

To see the Harriers Junior results check the pdf below.

DownloadShugborough_Relay_Results_2014

TWO CASTLES RUN

 

8th June 2014

 

The Two castles run was a run from Warwick Castle to Kenilworth Castle. I found the race very challenging due to the high temperatures and the humidity. I paced myself at the start and went off a bit slower than I think I could of because I didn’t want to tire out and I was wary of the heat. When I got to about the 5k mark, I felt strong as I had just had a water station and so I tried to speed up a bit and overtake some people.

There were several hills along the route, some quite steep and long ones but I tried to get up them as quick as I could to get them over and done with. When I got to around the 8k mark, my family were there cheering me on which gave me an extra boost! The last 800m was a small incline which was tough but I had a sprint finish for the last 200m and I overtook some people. Overall I think I did well due to the sun and the heat and although I didn’t get my best time but I still felt I had a good run clocking 58.59. After the run I went to Zizzi’s restaurant with my family which was a well earned meal.

 

Amy Oliver

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MARKET DRAYTON 10K

11/5/14

No report yet but here are the headlines.

10k race;

Two of our Juniors attempted the main 10K race;

101st – Joe Smith in 39:57 min PB

1133st – Amy Oliver in 55:33 min (first ever 10k race !!!) PB

out of 1970 finishers

Great effort from both – a big well done to Joe & Amy !

Fun Run;

There were 5 races of differing distances for different age groups with prizes for 1st boy & girl in each category as below;

0-2 years – 50 metres

3-4 years – 100 metres

5-7 years – 200 metres

8-10 years – 800 metres

11-12 years & 13-14 years – 1.3 miles

The 1.3 mile race was won by Jack Hodkinson (1st, 13-14 years) closely followed by his younger brother George (1st, 11-12 years) both winning their age categories respectively! (see photo1)

Also in this race was Will Buckley (2nd, 11 & 12 years), new member Alfie Marsden & Kieran Mogey. (see photo2, 3 & 4 respectively)

We also had some Harriers running in the 8-10 years race, all finishing strongly and they were, Jake Oliver, Robert Gray & Matthew Hilsden. (see photo5)

4th May – Uttoxeter Half Marathon

Junior race and Fun Run

 

Just before the main race, there is a junior race around part of the Uttoxeter race course. 77 runners set off on a distance of approx. 2k. Three Harriers took part & two won their categories. First was Jake Oliver in 9.01 mins (6th overall and 1st U12 boy) followed by Amy Oliver in 9.36 mins (10th overall and 1st U16 girl). Also Matthew Hilsdon finished 17th in the U10′ race and was 4th. Well done to to you all !! (nice photo Jake J)

 

Here is Jake Oliver with his Under 11 Winners Trophy from the Uttoxeter fun run.

 

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South Cheshire 5km Easter Fun Run,

20th April 2014

Young Matthew Hilsdon was our only Junior entrant in this popular but tough Fun Run held on Easter Sunday. We understand that he had an excellent run over what is a tough distance at that age coming home in 20th place out of 41 runners in a fantastic time of 25min 21sec. Well done Matthew !

JUNIOR RUNNERS OF THE YEAR

George Hodkinson & Amy Oliver receiving their awards for Junior Boy & Girl Runners of the year for 2013/14.

These were awarded at the Christmas Party in recognition of their development & progress over the year demonstrated by their results and achievements whilst representing the Harriers.

 

In addition, that on the same evening Will Sammons also received an award in recognition of his effort and progress whilst stepping up an age category.

 

Network Rowley Park Relays

5th April approx 1 mile

 

A big well done to all 36 Juniors who took part in this popular event hosted by the Staffs Athletics Network. Although we didn’t have any winning teams on the day, we had some very impressive performances. Especially those who it was their first ever competitive running. Team & individual Results are published on the Networks website of which a link can be followed from the Harriers Junior page. We had a lot of positive comments from Parents, friends & competitor clubs regarding your encouraging turn out & impressive performances.

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, 8th March

Cofton Park, Schools Inter-Counties Cross Country Championships

We had Hannah Talbot who had previously qualified to run in these championships, representing Staffordshire, and she came 196th out of 276, in a time of 20:56. The winner was Sabrina Smith from Kent, who came in at 16:52.

 

Saturday, 15th March

Donnington, Schools Inter-Counties Cross Country Championships

Again, having previously qualified, we had Hannah Talbot running in this race, over a distance of 3.1k, who came in at 11:40, and was placed 148th out of 343. I understand she was very pleased with this result.

On behalf of the Junior Coaches, I would like to congratulate Hannah for her hard work and determination that she has put in which has got her to this level of competitive running, and I hope she is able to aspire other juniors in the club to achieve in a similar way.

 

Sunday, 16th March

Stafford Half Marathon Fun Run

We had a number of juniors running on home soil, soaking up the race atmosphere, including George Hodkinson, Amy and Jake Oliver, Kieran Mogey and Sophia Bridgwood. Apologies if I have missed anyone off, but I understand all that took part had a thoroughly good time.

 

Stafford District Primary Schools Cross Country Championships

We had several Harriers representing their various schools, as follows:-

Jake Oliver, Ali Morgan, Sami Morgan

There were four races over four consecutive Tuesdays during February & March, and it was great yet again, to see some Harriers running in these.

 

Below is the February Junior Newsletter.

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