Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival

Photo by Paul Jean

Front Row - Carole Hinde, Patricia O'Flaherty, Sue Roseman,
Jean Chapman, Sue Holloway (Instructor),
Lois Siegel

Middle Row - Ann Flynn, Margaret MacKay, Adell Hay, Janice Friso,
Freda Godby, Fran Harding, Leila Metcalf, Margaret Bott, Marie Riopelle

Back Row - Muriel Scott-Smith, Britta Jarvis, Kringen Henein
Mary Partington, Carol Bell Thompson, Mary Wilkinson, Linda Douglas

Not Pictured: Beth Doubt, Laureen Silke, Sheila Pepper

Canadian Federation of University Women

One of the Top 16 Fundraising Teams
 out of 185 to
be Invited to Race in the
Friday Night Carmello's Charity Challenge Cup
Mooney's Bay

Photo by Lois Siegel
Laureen Silke, Beth Doubt

The Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival
is a yearly event that attracts
 5,500 paddlers and over 70,000 spectators in Ottawa

Photo by Lois Siegel
Art Work by Kringen Henein

Photos by Errol McGihon, Ottawa Sun

Margaret MacKay, Muriel Scott-Smith, Lois Siegel, Patricia O'Flaherty

Sue Holloway

Sue Holloway broke new ground by becoming the first woman in history
to compete in both the winter and summer Olympic Games, 1976. 
She was only 21-years old.
She was the first woman to ever compete in the Molokai to Oahu
outrigger canoe race in Hawaii and was an athlete on four Olympic teams.
Holloway was on
Canada’s delegation to the 1984 Summer Olympics.
She captured bronze in the K4 500, alongside Alexandra Barré, Lucie Guay, and Barb Olmsted and silver in the K2 500 with Barré.

Photos Courtesy of Margaret MacKay

Photo by Lois Siegel
Sue Holloway's Dragon Shoe

Photo by Lois Siegel

Photo by Lois Siegel
Patricia O'Flaherty, Beth Doubt

Photo by Paul Jean

Photo by Paul Jean

Photo by Lois Siegel

Practice Sessions

Photo by Lois Siegel
Sue Holloway

Photo by Lois Siegel
Sue Roseman

Dragon Hat

Photos by Patricia O'Flaherty

Photo by Lois Siegel
The Bail Pail

Photos by Lois Siegel
Beth Doubt

Freda Godby, Sue Holloway

Freda Godby, Steersperson

Ottawa Rocks

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