Glowach earns Herb Bradley Award for Blue Devils

The Blue Devils Summer Swim Club presented the Herb Bradley Award, named for the first coach and founder of the club, to Emily Glowach.

  • Oct. 25, 2011 10:00 a.m.

EMILY GLOWACH ACCEPTS $500 bursary from Daryl Chalk of Budget Brake and Muffler.










The Blue Devils Summer  Swim Club presented the Herb Bradley Award, named for the first coach and founder of the club, to Emily Glowach for outstanding contributions to the swim team.

Glowach received this year’s award for her exceptional coaching abilities, support for teammates and love of children.  This  award is significant as it comes with a generous $500 bursary donated by Darryl and Beverley Chalk, owners of the Budget Brake and Muffler store.

Glowach plans to use  this money towards her post-secondary schooling to get an Elementary Education Degree in order to  teach children in Africa or India.












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