Dahl deserving of Presidents Award

  • Feb. 28, 2011 10:00 a.m.

Longtime Chilliwack figure skating volunteer Sharon Dahl has been presented with a Presidents Award for her outstanding contribution to the sport.Founded in 1994 by Sport B.C., the Presidents Award promotes and celebrates the spirit of volunteerism, giving member organizations an opportunity to acknowledge and thank an individual who has demonstrated outstanding dedication and commitment to their organization.Dahl was nominated by the B.C.-Yukon Figure Skating Section. She has been a volunteer with Chilliwack’s Cheam Skating Club for the past 34 years, involved in almost all aspects of the club during that time. She has served in various volunteer positions over that time, lending her talents to the 2010 Winter Olympic figure skating competition, Four Continents Championships, World Championships and various Canadian Championships.Provincially, she currently sits as a director on the executive committee of the B.C.-Yukon figure skating Section.She was presented with her Presidents Award at the recent Sport B.C. awards night.

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