Terri Jones wins BCLA award

Comox Valley Minor Lacrosse volunteer wins Presidents Award

Terri Jones of the Comox Valley Minor Lacrosse received a 2012 BC Lacrosse Association Presidents Award at the BCLA’s annual general meeting.

The AGM was held Oct. 12-14 in Whistler. The BCLA Presidents Award 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 organizations.

 

Every year the BCLA AGM brings the lacrosse community together for meetings, a lacrosse trade fair and the annual merit awards banquet. Over 480 participants took part in the weekend events.

 

 

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