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Mini World Cup logo winner announced

KAYLA KALHOUS DESIGNED this clever logo for the 2014 Mini World Cup. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
KAYLA KALHOUS DESIGNED this clever logo for the 2014 Mini World Cup.
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Comox Valley United Soccer Club (CVUSC) has announced the winner of their 2014 Mini World Cup Logo Contest – Kayla Kalhous, a select player with our U13 Girls Team Millennium.

Kayla is the lucky recipient of a free Spring soccer registration. In addition, Kayla’s logo will be featured on all of the MWC team shirts and all media-related material including a web page designed specifically for this year’s event.

The Mini World cup is a youth soccer tournament that is played in a different Vancouver Island community each year. 2014 will mark the third time the Mini World Cup has been hosted in the Comox Valley, as it was previously held here in 2008 and 2003. The event will attract up to 2,000 players, not including their families. Invitations to participate will be forwarded to youth soccer clubs throughout the Upper and Lower Island.

CVUSC is the largest organized sports club north of Nanaimo with over 1,100 players expected to register for the Spring House league which runs this year from Saturday, April 12 through to Saturday, June 21. All registrations must be received no later than March 1 to guarantee your child a spot on a team.

For further information on our house league and for information on where you can register please visit our website at www.cvusc.org , call the club office during regular business hours at 250-334-0422 or e-mail cvuscsoccer@gmail.com. For more information on the Mini World Cup event, contact MWC chair Robin Smart at robinjsmart@gmail.com.

– Comox Valley United Soccer Club

 

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