The Breakfast Club at St. Patrick Catholic Elementary in Hamilton ate red Friday morning.
That’s because they invited the Breakfast Club at St. Patrick Catholic School in Calgary to a Grey Cup challenge.
If the Calgary Stampeders won, St. Patrick Hamilton promised to eat red foods likes apples, red peppers and strawberries for breakfast. If the TigerCats won, St. Patrick Calgary accepted the challenge start the day with yellow foods like bananas and apples.
Friday morning the students and staff at St. Patrick Hamilton ate cereal with strawberries with red spoons, raspberry crisp, and strawberry smoothies for breakfast, to celebrate Calgary’s win and hold up their end of the challenge.
See their challenge video here:
Watch their video congratulations message to St. Patrick Calgary:
(The password is Patrick)
Check out their challenge letter here:
|Dear Breakfast Club at St. Patrick Catholic School in Calgary,
Hello! We are the Breakfast Club at St. Patrick Catholic School in Hamilton.
At our Breakfast Club we eat a healthy breakfast to help us learn at school.
We also have lots of fun!
We are very excited that the Hamilton TigerCats are playing in the Grey Cup!
We had a special day at our school. We wore yellow and black and did football activities. We hope you are excited that Calgary is in the Grey Cup too!
We have a friendly challenge for you!
If the Calgary Stampeders win the Grey Cup we will eat red foods like apples, red peppers and strawberries and make a sign that says “Congratulations!”
If the Hamilton TigerCats win the Grey Cup you could have a day with yellow foods like banana and yellow apples.
We hope you accept our friend challenge! Please let us know if you accept.
The Breakfast Club at St. Patrick Catholic School in Hamilton