Sports banquet awards nomination deadline nears

The deadline for nominating individuals and groups for the 2012 Red Deer Community Sports Banquet awards is 4 p.m. Friday.

The deadline for nominating individuals and groups for the 2012 Red Deer Community Sports Banquet awards is 4 p.m. Friday.

Awards will be presented in 14 categories, including under-12 and under-15 certificates of recognition, junior male and female athlete of the year and senior male and female athlete of the year.

Additional awards will include team and coach of the year, the Kendall Dunkle minor coach of the year, official and youth official of the year, volunteer recognition certificate, local business contributor of the year, Spirit of Sport award and Lifetime Achievement award.

Vote online at www.reddeer.ca.

The Red Deer Community Sports Banquet is scheduled for March at the Sheraton Red Deer. For information contact Rob Meckling at 403-309-8541 or by email at rob.meckling@reddeer.ca.

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