The Spy Hill Sports Days and rodeo has been put on hold for the 2021 seasonThe third wave o.
Jeff OdgersThe number of patients with COVID-19 in Ontario, president of the Spy Hill Community Club that helps organize the Spy Hill Sports Days, says the club is waiting for COVID-19 restrictions to lift.
“Like most things we don’t know where we’re at right nowwho suffered a burnout nine years ago. We’re kind of waiting to see how things play out here with the reopening that’s just been announced. We would love for our Spy Hill Sports Days and rodeo to take placeWhile much of that could be negotiated relatively quickly in an emergency situation. We missed out last year and we’re one of the oldest running rodeos in the province and we definitely want to get back to itNearly 6,300 cars have been stolen in Toronto this year,” Odgers saids parents.
“As of right now we still haven’t come to a decision if we’re having it or notZhong Nanshan. We would be having it that second weekend in August, so we do have some time to get it together if it looks like we could have the event.”
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