Dean Vreugdenhil is a forward for the football club WVF and has already scored three league goals. In the last cup match against BAS (a 0-3 win), he also scored a great free kick into the top corner. In short, things are going well for the 18-year-old Zwolle native in the first team of the soccer club of Westenholte.
Arend Vreugdenhil participated in the Elfstedentocht (Eleven Cities Tour) in 1985 and 1997
Genealogy research abroad – Pieter P Vreugdenhil – Introduction of the Hill family
I am Pieter P Vreugdenhil (K XI bf) and I live in Lower Sackville, Canada. I am married, father of four boys, and grandfather of five young ladies. I was born in 1945 in Maassluis as one of nine children, son of Cornelis Jan Vreugdenhil (K X z) and Johanna van der Eijk. The family emigrated to Canada in 1952 and settled in Chatham, Ontario.
Bart Vreugdenhil breaks world hour record in speed skating
The chance that Vreugdenhil, a 27-year-old consultant for multinationals in strategic negotiation projects, would break the world record was very high. Because the last time the record was improved on natural ice was in 1928. At that time, the Frenchman Leon Quaglia achieved a distance of 32.970 km in Chamonix. And in 1949, the Dutchman Marius Strijbis also made an attempt in Hamar, Norway. On February 7, 1949, he reached a distance of 32.660 meters on natural ice. That was then the best performance of a Dutchman on natural ice ever.
Bram and Els Vreugdenhil provide aid shipments to the Ukrainian sister city of Beregsász
Together with his wife Els and two other volunteers, Bram Vreugdenhil from the AK Foundation (Christmas Greetings Action) left in the early morning, while it was still dark, to the Ukrainian city of Beregsász, a twin city of Maassluis, with (medical) aid supplies and 25,000 euros to buy stoves and other items.
Jan Vreugdenhil and Nestlé are working together to reduce CO2
Irma Moekestorm-Vreugdenhil writes ‘books with a message’
Irma Moekestorm-Vreugdenhil from Maasland writes books for children. She has written twelve picture books and one poetry collection for adults, all published by Buddy Books in Almere. She believes it’s important for her stories to have humor and a lesson: there must be something recognizable that children can relate to and benefit from. In other words, her books have a message.
Lois Vreugdenhil with Mixed Up to Junior Song Contest
Singing and dancing
One of the participants in the Junior Songfestival was Lois Vreugdenhil with her group ‘Mixed Up’, singing the song ‘It Doesn’t Matter’. On Saturday, September 24th, Mixed Up competes with Luna, Inﬁnity, and HIGH5 for the win. A professional jury, a children’s jury, and the home audience determine the result. The winner will go to Armenia later this year to represent the Netherlands at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
Daan Vreugdenhil makes people happy with a tattoo
At the age of 17, I entered the tattoo world. I was an apprentice for four years, and it took 2.5 years before I was allowed to hold the machine for the first time. The old school way! That’s what I love about this profession. The art itself, but also the fact that I get to practice this profession every day. I’m still in love with it as much as when I started. Making people happy with a tattoo, how beautiful is that? I know how much power you can get from a tattoo. I was 16 when I got my first tattoo as a reminder of my best friend who passed away. That’s when I realized what it does to you when you get a tattoo. The whole moment of getting it done, the thought behind it, and why you do it. It’s really a process, a magical moment where I like to make a connection with you. There’s always a special bond that forms between the customer and the tattoo artist.
Ellen Vreugdenhil of the Moeke foundation wins the volunteer award
In March 2020, the Moeke foundation won the Volunteer Award in the council chamber of the city hall of the municipality of Kampen. They have been cooking for years for people who, due to difficult family or personal circumstances, cannot do it themselves. How nice it is to be relieved of this burden and to be able to eat healthy in such a difficult situation. Ellen Vreugdenhil is overjoyed. Earlier, her Moeke foundation won the Volunteer Award from the municipality of Kampen, and Floorever provided them with a new floor free of charge so that they can do their work even better in the kitchen. “