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Join us as we celebrate the 40th Annual Athletes in Action Grey Cup Breakfast!

This entertaining morning offers more than just a hearty meal, it provides the opportunity to hear from players, coaches, and families from across the CFL. You will be given a rare glimpse into the lives of the men behind the uniforms as they share how their faith has impacted both their professional and personal lives.

Over the years, the breakfast has heard from fan favourites Henry Burris, Henoc Muamba, Barrin Simpson, Anthony Calvillo, Kerry Joseph, Chuck Ealey, John Hufnagel, Wally Buono, Michael “Pinball” Clemons, and other CFL stars. Each in their own way, these men have inspired and challenged people to live a life of courage and meaning, and have contributed to the primary objective of the Grey Cup Breakfast: to provide a message of hope, courage, and faith.

Make plans now so you don’t miss the 2018 Grey Cup Breakfast!

Saturday, November 24th at 8:00am with special guest Michael “Pinball” Clemons

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VENUE

Shaw Conference Centre – Hall D
9797 Jasper Ave.
Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 1N9

AIA NEWS

Athletes in Action welcomes new National Director

Athletes in Action Canada is thrilled to welcome Dave Klassen, chaplain to the Vancouver Canucks and BC Lions, as our new National Director.

Read article: Athletes in Action welcomes new National Director

Athletes in Action recognize Henoc Muamba

The Gord Barwell Award has been presented for the past 20 years to a CFL player who exhibits faith, character and leadership on and off the field.

Read article: Athletes in Action recognize Henoc Muamba

CFL chaplains help keep all kinds of faith

“The CFL is a small league and there is a strong sense of Christian fellowship within it, and it’s important to a good number of people,” Sawatzky said. “The chaplains in the CFL … understand the pressures of athletes. We’re not members of the coaching staff. We’re just here to serve the players and staff.”

Read article: CFL chaplains help keep all kinds of faith