ANGIE WILLIAMS PRESENTED Dave Schultz with the President's Award at the Comox Valley minor hockey annual general meeting.

Minor hockey hands out hardware

Worthy recipients take home trophies from CVMHA annual general meeting

Year-end awards were handed out to deserving recipients at the Comox Valley Minor Hockey Association’s annual general meeting, held April 9 at Crown Isle.

Dave Schultz was presented with the President’s Award (outstanding volunteer contribution “beyond the call of duty”) by Angie Williams.

Aimee Brucker was presented with the Moe Reynen Award (female player who demonstrates an extraordinary contribution to CVMHA throughout the year) by Louise Gauthier.

Jordan Allen and Quintin Lennox were both presented with the Marie McNamee Award (male player who demonstrates an extraordinary contribution to CVMHA throughout the year). Allen received his award from Winn Hunter and Lennox received his award from Tim Crisp.

Carl Sheehan was presented with the Dave Creamer Coach of the Year Award for House. Jim McLean presented the award.

Kurt MacDonald was presented with the Dave Creamer Coach of the Year Award for Rep. by Jim Mclean.

Steve Ruthven was presented with the Official of the Year Award by Ken Mackenzie.

– Comox Valley Minor Hockey Association

 

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