Dave Hall.

Langley City’s Dave Hall honoured at Tri-It

A memorial for Councillor Dave Hall will be unveiled Sunday.

A plaque and memorial tree in memory of the late Langley City councillor Dave Hall will be unveiled after one of his favourite events – this year’s Tri-It Triathlon.

The unveiling will take place June 12 near the Al Anderson Pool in City Park, which is at the east end of 205A Avenue.

The unveiling will take place at 11:30 a.m.

Hall was a councillor and former school board trustee and board chair.

He was also an avid volunteer at the Tri-It Triathlon, and a booster of sporting events for children.

The annual event is a short race that includes a swim in Al Anderson Pool, a bike race, and a run.

It is intended for people of all ages.

 

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