Peewee championships were big success

Kudos to the hosting committee for the Peewee Tier 3 Provincial Hockey Championship.

Your courtesy and professionalism shown to the participating hockey teams and parents was outstanding. Campbell River Minor Hockey was an excellent ambassador for the city.

Josie Rohn and the maintenance staff of Strathcona Gardens did an excellent job of keeping the arena and dressing areas clean and in good repair.Kudos to all the businesses that supported this event.

A tournament this size, with your support, made this an enjoyable experience for all who participated and worked so hard to make it a huge success. It takes everyone in a community to make an event this size a huge success. You have done yourself proud Campbell River and hosting committee.

Don Taylor, V.P. Competition, VIAHA

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