Toronto Pan Am Torch Carried into Thunder Bay by Curt Harnett

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Curt Harnett shares a smile with friends at Thunder Bay City Hall - Photo by Ruth Westcott
Curt Harnett shares a smile with friends at Thunder Bay City Hall - Photo by Ruth Westcott

Thunder Bay comes out to Cheer on Pan Am Games Torch Relay

THUNDER BAY – The Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games Torch relay made its way into Thunder Bay this morning on its way into Toronto for the opening of the games. A very enthusiastic crowd greeted the torch carried into the plaza at City Hall by Canada’s and Thunder Bay’s Curt Harnett.

The Pan Am torch was welcomed with huge cheers and applause as Thunder Bay enjoyed its moment in the Toronto Pan Am Games excitement.

The Torch Relay got underway this morning at the Fort William First Nation, where a sunrise ceremony was held, and then the torch headed on its journey to Thunder Bay and then on to Toronto.

Curt Harnett Shares Insight into Pan Am Games

Curt Harnett, Canada’s Chef du Mission for the Pan Am Games shares that the games are coming together, with a very strong Canadian team with over 700 athletes.

Harnett will be moving into the Athlete’s Village in a few days, even though he lives in Toronto. Co-ordinating the games, Harnett shares is a real task and he looks forward to the challenge and the excitement.

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