fVH hot shots

We are excited to announce the Floyd Valley Hot Shots!

 

The Sioux City Musketeers, in partnership with Floyd Valley Healthcare (FVH), announced a new program this summer called Hot Shots. This program was created with the goal of honoring FVH pediatric patients with chronic health issues. We want to give children an opportunity to have fun with their family, cheer on the team and just enjoy being a kid again for a night. The 2018-2019 Hot Shots have been chosen and we are excited to introduce them!

 

Skylar
Daughter of Justin & Trista
Honor Game:
December 31, 2018 against Omaha

                                                                  
Please join us in celebrating Skylar, New Year's Eve, Monday, December 31!

 

Skylar Olson is a strong, courageous and happy X year old that has been diagnosed with a rare gene syndrome called Cornelia De Lange Syndrome (CdLS). Though Skylar has had a difficult health road, she is full of light and has a knack for making people smile. Mom says that Floyd Valley Healthcare speech therapist Alissa makes them feel so comfortable and the fact that she cares for her patients is evident. She knows that Skylar feels safe and happy when with Alissa. After some hard work, Skylar is beginning to say a few words and is able to communicate via sign language.

 

Although the exact number is unknown, CdLS likely affects 1 in 10,000 to 30,000 newborns according to the CdLS Foundation. This syndrome is characterized by slow growth before and after birth leading to health issues including short stature, intellectual disability and abnormalities of bones in the arms, hands, and fingers. Similar to autism, it can lead to behavior problems which can affect communication and social interaction. Depending on the severity of the disease and other coexisting health issues, most children with CdLS will live well into their adulthood.

 

Please join us in celebrating Skylar, our December Hot Shot!

 

The Sioux City Musketeers, in partnership with Floyd Valley Healthcare (FVH), announced a new program this summer called Hot Shots. This program was created with the goal of honoring FVH pediatric patients with chronic health issues. We are excited to give children an opportunity to have a fun time with their family, cheer on the team and just enjoy being a kid again for a night.

 


Kayden

Son of Marty & Jamee
Honor Game:
January 25, 2019 against Des Moines


Isabelle
Daughter of Vincent & Jayme
Honor Game:
February 24, 2019 against Sioux Falls


Maxine
Daughter of Brad & Karen
Honor Game:
March 2, 2019 against USA U17


Rylie
Son of Jason & Jessica
Honor Game:
April 5, 2019 against Tri-City

 

 

Rylan
Son of Michael & Kathy 
Honor Game:
November 3, 2018 against Omaha

 


The Hots Shots will travel in a limo to their honor game as special guests of the Musketeers and will receive a commemorative Musketeer jersey, Musketeer memorabilia, an opportunity to meet the team and coaches, be a part of the ceremonial puck drop as well as a special mentions at their game. We invite you to come out and help us cheer on the Musketeers with our Hot Shots!

 

Applications are closed for this season, but please check back summer of 2019 to apply.

 

For more information, you can contact the Sioux City Musketeers at 712.252.2116 or Ann Cole-Nelson, Floyd Valley Community Relations Manager at 712.546.3495.

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