The Capilano Rugby Club has been mentioned twice this week on Social Media. As many of our club members are not on Social Media we wanted to send out on the club email as well. Text from the two posts have been copied below.
The first post is thanking the club for its group blood donations over the past year. Thank you to all the club members who have participated in our group blood donations over the years. We look forward to continuing this in the coming years.
The second post is from Rugby Canada thanking volunteers across the country. The post used a recent picture from the Capilano 2020 Toy Drive. A big thank you to all the great volunteers we have within our club. Without volunteers, our club would not be able to operate and extra thank you to all the volunteers involved with the COVID-19 Safety plans this past year.
Wrapping up 2020 with another big THANK YOU to one of our awesome partners @CapilanoRFC who has been saving lives with group donations. A strong team on and off the field. #teamsthatdonatetogetherstaytogether
Here’s what they had to say:
“The Capilano Rugby Club is proud to be partners with Canadian Blood Services. Our club members have been giving blood to our jerseys and many local fields playing the sport we love for over 50 years. We wanted to harness our members willingness to give blood and help fulfill the need for blood donations in Canada. We are looking forward to more group donations in the years to come”
Thank you for being a part of #CanadasLifeline
RELEASE: Rugby Canada Announces 2020 Chairperson’s Award Recipients
The first award goes to Pat Aldous, who has had a long association with Rugby Canada as a former National team player, Board member, Chair, COC Representative and continuing Board member for the Canada Sevens tournaments.
The second Chairperson’s Award is believed to be a first in the history of Rugby Canada. Rather than an individual, this Award is being presented symbolically to a large group of volunteers right across the country!
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