Central Alberta Buccaneers wide receiver Tanner Olstad catches a touchdown pass in a 79-7 win over the Lloydminster Vandals on last season at ME Global Athletic Park in Lacombe. (File photo by ADVOCATE staff)

Central Alberta Buccaneers to host AGM

The Alberta Football League team will host meeting March 24

With just a few months to go until the Alberta Football League season, the Central Alberta Buccaneers will tell fans what’s new this year.

The Bucs have their 2018 annual general meeting March 24 at their new home, Great Chief Park, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

READ MORE: Buccaneers to call Red Deer home in upcoming season

Information about the spring camp and practice schedules, fees, community involvement and games will be discussed at the meeting, which is open to players, fans, alumni and sponsors.

People will also be able to look at the Buccaneers’ new field and facility; the team played at ME Global Athletic Park for the past few seasons.

The team’s first home game is June 9 at Setters Place in Great Chief Park.

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