Volunteers needed for BCHL Showcase

Organizers of the second annual BCHL Showcase need 50 volunteers to make the event a success.

The Chilliwack Chiefs and organizers of the 2013 BCHL Showcase need enthusiastic, customer-service oriented and community minded volunteers who would enjoy working in the fast-paced environment of a hockey arena. The second annual BCHL Showcase takes place Sept. 6-8 at Prospera Centre, with each of the 16 BCHL teams playing two games.

The organizing committee needs about 50 volunteers for a variety of duties, and the Chiefs are looking for volunteers to do similar things once the regular season starts in September.

The Chiefs play 28-plus home games during a regular season that extends to early March. If Chilliwack goes on a lengthy playoff run, volunteers would be needed into April and possibly May.

Contact Andrea Laycock at the Chiefs office at 604-392-4433 or andrea@chilliwackchiefs.net.

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