Congratulations to Khanh Le from Forest Lawn High School, the winner of the Division 3 Harry Hood Award.
Calgary Booster Club
Congratulations to Cameron Fewster from William Aberhart High School, the winner of the Division 2 Harry Hood Award.
Congratulations to Matteo Civitarese from Notre Dame High School, the winner of the Division 1 Harry Hood Award.
Sport’s foothold in the community is well-established, its reach undeniable. Recognizing the reach, the Calgary Booster Club appreciates the positive impact of sport on social, mental, and physical well-being.
Mitchell’s memorial service is set for Thursday, Sept. 8, at the Jack Singer Concert Hall (225 8th Avenue SE, Calgary, AB). The tribute begins at 2 p.m.
On Sunday, June 26, 2022 we held our 68th annual Sports Gala. This was the first in-person gala since 2019, and it was great to be back together in person!
The Calgary Booster Club congratulates the following individuals for winning the prizes indicated below.
Not only did Riley Fleming get married in 2021, he enjoyed a splendid stretch on the golf course, winning several events, including the PGA Championship of Canada. “I’ve never been more proud.” The Airdrie native, as the Calgary Booster Club’s male athlete of the year, lays claim to the Scott-Mamini Memorial Award.
The Calgary Booster Club is set to roll out the red carpet for its 68th annual Sports Gala on Sunday, June 26th.
The Calgary Booster Club’s female athlete of the year, Stephanie Labbé, led Team Canada to the top of the podium at the Tokyo Olympics. Now retired, the golden goalkeeper discusses the thrills of 2021, her final season of soccer.
Contributing to the Calgary Bantam Football Association for 49 years — and counting — Ron Logan is the 2022 Sportsperson of the Year. Over the decades of volunteering, he also found time to coach baseball, hockey, soccer.
The Calgary Booster Club today unveiled the names of its nine new Honoured Athletic Leaders.
The Calgary Booster Club today announced the Athletes of the Year, based on performance during the 2021 calendar year, and Sportsperson of the Year.
As we finalize the voting for our 2021 Athletes of the Year, we wanted to hear from you.
[Note: The award reflects the 2021 calendar year. For instance, the Toyko Olympics count; the Beijing Olympics do not.]
The Calgary Booster Club is proud of all our 2022 Winter Olympics Athletes and, in whatever way it can, will continue to support their dreams.
The Calgary Booster Club is thrilled to see long-time board member and past president Don Buchignani inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame.
Every January, the Calgary Booster Club opens nominations and applications for two (2) of our Recognition Awards and two (2) of our Grant Awards.
“In our efforts to better service a contemporary, tech-savvy audience, the Calgary Booster Club recognized that this was a priority initiative; the new website incorporates the latest technology,” said Mark Kosak, the club’s vice-president of marketing.