BCHL: Alberni Valley Bulldogs thank supporters with pair of events

The Bulldogs host their year-end awards banquet Friday, March 13 at noon and Alberni Toyota is holding a fan event at 5 p.m.

The Alberni Valley Bulldogs’ playoff run might be over, but fans have two more chances to see the team today (March 13) before players start dispersing to their respective hometowns.

The Bulldogs host their year-end awards banquet today at noon at the Best Western Barclay Hotel Plus. Tickets are $20 each and lunch is provided.

Alberni Toyota is holding a free Meet the Bulldogs fan event from 5–7 p.m. There will be a barbecue by donation to KidSport and players will be signing autographs. This will be fans’ last chance to talk to graduating players before they leave town.



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