Nitehawks Day in Beaver Valley

Beaver Valley businesses celebrated Beaver Valley Nitehawks Day on Thursday recognizing the teams unprecedented success this season.

Beaver Valley businesses celebrated Beaver Valley Nitehawks Day on Thursday recognizing the teams unprecedented success this season that culminated in the Western Canada Keystone Cup last week. Photos: Karson McNinch brings a tray of muffins for the morning coffee crew at Valley Bakery and Coffee House, while Nitehawk season ticket holder Christine Bartsoff gets full service from Petro Canada’s Mary Fussell. Fruitvale Pub’s Angie Zoobkoff and diehard fan Dennis Young enjoy a cool one in the Hawks Nest, and Western Financial group’s Carolyn Hamilton, Amy Veysey and Ashley Jmaeff all donned a jersey for the big day, as did Magaw Motors’ Jason DeRosa who helps out Matt Magaw with an oil change.  The Village also celebrated the Nitehawks season with a tribute at the Fruitvale Memorial Hall last night.

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