E-News - March 2017
 

March 2017

2020 and 2022 Hosts Announced

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On March 9, local MLAs joined community leaders, volunteers, and athletes in four separate communities to announce the hosts for the 2020 and 2022 BC Winter and BC Summer Games. 

Congratulations to:
Fort St. John 2020 BC Winter Games
Maple Ridge 2020 BC Summer Games
Greater Vernon 2022 BC Winter Games
Prince George 2022 BC Summer Games

 

New Board Members Named

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The BC Games Society announced the appointment of nine new members to the Board of Directors. The new members include incoming Chair Jamey Paterson, Paralympian Tyler Mosher, and sport sector leaders Marilyn Payne, Laura Watson, Henry Pejril, and Michelle Webster. Also joining the board with specific areas of expertise are Candy Hodson, Jim Martin, and Karen Barnstable.

“I am very excited to lead this talented group of Directors and to work together with staff to continue to build a strong organization supporting the development of participants, volunteers, and communities,” said Jamey Paterson, incoming BC Games Society Chair.

 

Kamloops commits to #EraseBullying

Erase Bullying

Canada's Tournament Capital is once again proving to be leaders in the British Columbia sporting community by making a proclamation that March is "Bullying Free Sport Community Month." The request to city council was made by the organizers of the Kamloops 2018 BC Winter Games and sets the tone for the Games next February.

“This marks the one-year countdown to the Games. We are preparing for the event – not just tactically but also by taking a proactive step to ensure all athletes feel safe, respected, and at-home in our sporting community. Kamloops will be the first city to make this type of proclamation for sport,” said Niki Remesz, President of the Kamloops 2018 BC Winter Games.

 
 

Alumni honoured at Athlete of the Year

Athlete of the Year

The annual Athlete of the Year Awards founded by Sport BC honoured the best in British Columbia sport from 2017.  Eight BC Games and Team BC alumni were chosen as award winners including Hillary Caldwell (swimming) as Senior Female Athlete of the Year and Evan Dunfee (racewalk) as Senior Male Athlete of the Year.

The BC Games Society was also pleased to recognize Bev Viger with the Presidents' Award for her contribution as Director of Sport for the Abbotsford 2016 BC Summer Games.

 
 

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Abbotsford Legacy

Abbotsford Legacy

The highly successful Abbotsford 2016 BC Summer Games has a legacy fund of approximately $150,000 to be reinvested back into the community.  Applications are now being accepted for project funding through the Games Legacy Fund.

Deadline is March 31 at 4:00pm.

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Cowichan Board

Cowichan Games

The Cowichan Valley Regional District is pleased to announce the group of community leaders who will develop the vision for the 2018 BC Summer Games, to be held in the Cowichan region from July 19 – 22, 2018.

See the full list of Directors here

 

Sport Hero Awards

Community Sport Heros

Sport BC's Community Sport Hero Awards program recognizes coaches, officials, mentors and administrators who have dedicated themselves to amateur sport at the community level.

In Abbotsford on March 9, outstanding sport contributors were recognized and eight of these were BC Games alumni having been involved as volunteers and coaches.

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