Basketball referees needed in Fraser Valley

An education and training session for referees happens Oct. 7

With basketball season just a couple of months away, the Fraser Valley Basketball Officials Association (FVBOA) is searching for new officials to join them this season.

The FVBOA officiates all high school basketball games played in the Fraser Valley, and there will be education and training meetings starting Monday, Oct. 7. For more information, contact Paul Nivins at pnivins@shaw.ca or 604-613-6391, or visit fvboa.ca.

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