The Beaver Valley Nitehawks honoured longtime Fruitvale volunteer Sharon Thompson at the Nitehawks game on Sunday. Thompson has been a tireless worker for the Hawks over the years, running the Meat Draw, working game nights selling programs, heading the merchandise committee, lead cheerleader and anything else Beaver Valley exec needs to be done. The plaque of recognition and one of a handcrafted hawks feather were presented to an unknowing Thompson at centre ice by Hawks veterans (from left) Jaxen Gemmell, Sam Swanson, Dylan Heppler, and Nolan Percival.

Once a Nitehawk, always a Nitehawk

Volunteer Sharon Thompson’s hard work and dedication are recognized by Beaver Valley Nitehawks


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Volunteer Sharon Thompson’s hard work and dedication are recognized by Beaver Valley Nitehawks

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