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In celebration of 100 years, we're sharing stories about the people who have shaped SAIT throughout our first century.
 What’s your #SAITstory? If you have a special memory or connection to SAIT, we want to hear about it. Tell us your story.
02 Aug
Midday Madness

Midday Madness

“I spent 21 years here, from 1981 - 2001, and I was involved with students in every capacity ― that’s what I remember and enjoyed the most.

Throughout my time at #SAIT I looked after six academic programs, I coached the golf team for about 15 years and I coached basketball and volleyball. I ran the outdoors club and we took students all over the place, skiing and hiking. We had many sports clubs at the time, including hang gliding, rifle and pistol and rodeo.

One of the things that stands out in my memory is that ran a staff fitness class for almost 15 years, called “Midday Madness”. It’s one of the things I remember most because it was a really wide, diverse group of people who came that class. Those fitness classes were quite famous actually. I had some people coming for 13 years ― it got to be quite a family thing.”

Bill Bradley, retiree, SAIT Campus Recreation

Editor’s note: Bill Bradley also happens to be the father of Julie McRuvie, who shared her #SAITstory last week. 


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