For many summers (and briefly living there as a child) Sarah travelled with her family out to Wilkie, Saskatchewan where her aunt, uncle and cousins live. A large farm full of Clydesdales, chickens, pigs, cows and one terrifying bull. Sarah was in awe of the gentle giants and followed them everywhere, even playing hookie from school one day just to look for her favorite Clyde, Master Joe and ultimately got lost with her little brother in a pasture the size of Texas for what her 10 year old mind thought was for days. Although she hasn’t visited in a few years, Sarah has fond memories of her time on the farm in the spring and summers.
Time went on in the city and Sarah was first introduced with the CPS rodeo last year, recognizing the need for more EMS participation and represent the rodeo! This is where she became motivated to pester her brothers and sisters in the same uniform to participate as a team in such a great event! With her drive to be heavily involved, Sarah joined the amazing group leading the EFRRA and here we are today!