Valley First recently honoured three long-time volunteers with its Super League Lifetime Achievement Award. From left to right, Stacey Gagno, Valley First Cherry Lane branch manager with Jenni Andrews, Super League volunteer coordinator, Paulo Araujo, Valley First VP retail and business banking, volunteer Bonnie Driediger, Rhys Spencer, Valley First Director and Super League athlete and volunteer Len Bzdel. Submitted photo

Longtime Penticton triathlon volunteers honoured

Three volunteers who have donated their time to triathlon recognized by Valley First

An official sponsor of the 2018 Super League Triathlon, Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union, recognized three longterm volunteers recently.

The trio, Bonnie Drieger, Jenni Andrews and Len Bzdel, were presented with the Valley First 2018 Super League Triathlon Volunteer Lifetime Achievement award for their contribution.

Related: Super League Triathlon makes North American debut in Penticton

The honour is bestowed on those who: “Go above and beyond year after year to support the more than 30-year tradition of long distance triathlon in Penticton and the South Okanagan.”

Related: UPDATED: Super League organizers cancel remaining races

The ceremony took place at the Cherry Lane Valley First branch.

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