RDN looking for nominees

Performance recognition for swimming, lawn bowling, volleyball, etc.

The District 69 Recreation Commission is looking for nominees for the next Performance Recognition ceremony.

The RDN Performance Recognition program is open to individuals and teams who have placed first in a provincial, inter-provincial or national athletic or artistic competition. To qualify for this program, nominees must be amateur participants who live in Parksville, the Town of Qualicum Beach or Electoral Areas E, F, G or H.

Nomination forms are available online or may be picked up at Oceanside Place Arena or Ravensong Aquatic Centre. Nominations received by Oct. 27 will be considered for the next recognition event. For more information please contact the RDN at 250-248-3252 or go online http://www.rdn.bc.ca/notice-october-3-2017

— NEWS Staff

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