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Wolves coach visits St. Andrew School

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Nov 15, 2012 - 2:50 PM |
Trent Cull stands with his sons Wyatt and Gabe, along with fellow student Shrisha Srinivasa. Srinivasa was excited to meet Cull as he is new to the country and to the school. Supplied photo.

Trent Cull stands with his sons Wyatt and Gabe, along with fellow student Shrisha Srinivasa. Srinivasa was excited to meet Cull as he is new to the country and to the school. Supplied photo.

Sudbury Wolves coach Trent Cull made a visit to St. Andrew Catholic Elementary School recently as part of the Catholic Care and Concern aspect of the School Improvement plan.

The plan states that, every month, visitors from the community will be invited to the school to speak to the students about career opportunities and the importance of staying in school.

This month, Cull visited the school to share his dreams with the students. He told the students "you have to work hard, stay in school and always dream big, a press release stated. The students were very interested in his hockey career — where he played, where he coached, what does coaching entail and "What's up with the Wolves?"
 

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