Comox Valley duo honoured at BC Lacrosse Association awards

Two members of the Comox Valley Minor Lacrosse Association were honoured at the British Columbia Lacrosse Association annual general meeting, Oct. 14-16 in Whistler.

This annual event brings the lacrosse community together for meetings, a lacrosse trade show and the annual merit awards banquet. Over 550 participants took part in this year’s gathering.

Colleen Houlihan of the CVMLA received the Ruth Seward Merit Award for box lacrosse. Merit awards to go the many lacrosse volunteers who commit their free time to the sport of lacrosse. Eighteen merit awards were handed out during the Oct. 15 awards banquet.

Krista Gregory of the CVMLA received a BCLA Presidents Award, which promotes and celebrates the spirit of volunteerism by giving BCLA organizations an opportunity to acknowledge and thank an individual who has demonstrated outstanding dedication and commitment to lacrosse within their organization.

For more on local minor lacrosse, visit www.comoxvalleywild.com or check them out on Facebook. For more info on the BCLA, visit www.bclacrosse.com

 

 

 

 

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