Soccer thanks

On October 1 and 2, 2011 COYSA (Central Okanagan Youth Soccer Association) had its wind up Jamboree for all kids aged 7 – 10.

On October 1 and 2, 2011 COYSA (Central Okanagan Youth Soccer Association) had its wind up Jamboree for all kids aged 7 – 10.  There were 164 teams with 12 – 14 players per team each playing two games over a two day period.  All players enjoyed a meal of hotdogs, juice and chips plus there were hamburgers, coffee and muffins for the adults.  This was a wonderful event despite the weather and would not have been possible with out the myriad of volunteers that put it on.

A great big thank you to S&K Forming, Astral Media, Avalon Party, Sun-Rype, Canscribe Career College, Cherry Hill Coffee, Choices Markets Kelowna, Sysco, and Print Three.

Thanks also to committee members and volunteers

Ang Kraushar, Justin Pandos, Colleen Gaudet, Paul MacPherson, Gord Dinsdale, Derek Townsend, Sheryl Newell, Alice Reynolds, Danica Embree, and Bruce Corrie.

And all other volunteer that gave up a part of their day to make this an outstanding event.

 

Colleen Boechler

Administrator/Registrar LCYSA

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