At their year-end wind-up party

Thank you for 14 years

Darryl and Lisa Pollock receive appreciations for their contributions to the Peewee Sooke Seahawks.

  • Jul. 10, 2013 10:00 a.m.

At their year-end wind-up party, Darryl and Lisa Pollock were recognized for their 14 years of outstanding contribution to the Peewee Sooke Seahawks. Darryl served diligently as the head coach, and Lisa worked tirelessly as the “manager extraordiniaire.” According to Barb Vix, Lisa and Darryl consistently went above and beyond the call of duty. They were presented with a dinner, and stay at a bed and breakfast, and a personalized medalion.

 

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