Close to 800 kids would be affected if soccer season was cancelled.

Soccer season in jeopardy

The soccer season for close to 800 kids is in jeopardy if the Bulkley Valley Soccer Society cannot find a new president and vice president.

The soccer season for close to 800 kids is in jeopardy if the Bulkley Valley Soccer Society (BVSS) cannot find a new president and vice president.

Only three people showed up to the BVSS annual general meeting on Feb. 10, where nobody stepped forward to fill the top roles.

“We need to get somebody in there,” said outgoing president Colin Bateman.

“We don’t even know whether they’re going to be able to go forward without having somebody in that spot.”

Bateman explained that the president coordinates all the other members, who each have specific roles on the board.

Anyone interested in participating should email BVSS secretary Patricia Barnaby at patriciaabarnaby@hotmail.com.

Bill Price and Tamara Gillis filled vacancies on the board, which also has two other members.

 

Read more in the Feb. 17 edition of The Interior News.