WC players answer question about what the holidays mean to them

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With Coyote players far from home, and some not so far, WC asked them the question, “What does the holiday season mean to you?”

Lady Coyotes

Zippy Khasoa - “It reminds me of the happy times with my family and friends. It helps me to relax my mind and get ready for the New Year.”

Jacqueline Chandler - “Giving to others.”

Ciara Johnson - “Time to spend with your family.”

Kaylee Brooks - “Spending time with family, getting in better shape, sharpening my basketball skills, spending time with friends, relaxing, time to be thankful.”

Ruth Adwar - “Spending time with my family. Having lots of fun. Visiting new places, exploring places.”

Itiana Taylor - “Spending time with my family. Giving back.”

Toma Zaleckaite - “Going home to North Carolina. I enjoy visiting my family, having family dinners and talking for hours. Furthermore, the holiday season means drinking lots of coffee and eating lots of chocolate.”

Lou Hawkins - “Spend time with my family and celebrate Jesus' life.”

Coyotes

Juozas Balciunas - “Seeing and spending time with your family.”

Chris Howard - “Family.”

Kevin Franceschi - “Time to work out.”

Timotis Kuckailis - “A chance to tell my loved ones how much I appreciate them.”

Tonko Vuko - “Christmas is my favorite time of year, and I can spend time with my family.”

Nolan Cass - “Spending time with my family.”

Anthony Roberson - “It brings my whole family around, and this is like the only time we're all together.”

Sam Osina - “Good time to reflect and be thankful for family.”

Quentin Henderson - “Time with my family and thanking God for another year.”

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