Nominees wanted for Sports Wall of Fame

The North Cowichan/Duncan Sports Wall of Fame Committee is looking for nominations for its sixth annual installation.

Do you know a sports team or athlete in North Cowichan who deserves to be recognized?

If so, the North Cowichan/Duncan Sports Wall of Fame Committee wants to hear from you.

The District of North Cowichan is seeking nominations for its sixth annual Sports Wall of Fame installation.

The North Cowichan/Duncan Sports Wall of Fame Committee is encouraging individuals, clubs or associations to nominate an individual or team that has made a significant contribution to sport in our community.

The nomination process is now open, and nomination forms and criteria are available at the North Cowichan Municipal Office, Fuller Lake Arena and the Cowichan Aquatic Centre or online. The deadline is Friday, May 24.

This year, the Sports Wall of Fame Committee members include Coun. Ruth Hartmann, Anneke Bruce, Don Bodger, Andy Hutchins, Larry Hopwo, Norm Jackson, Bill Keserich and Ted Webb.

The induction ceremony will occur near the end of October.

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