Myles Mattila of the Kelowna Chiefs earned recognition recently for the work he has done for mental health awareness.
Mattila, founder of the MindRight for Athletes Society, is one of 25 recipients of the B.C. Achievement Foundation’s Community Award, which celebrates British Columbians who go above and beyond in their service towards building stronger communities throughout the province.
Click on the link from the Quesnel Cariboo Observer to read the full story – Myles Mattila wins B.C. Achievement Community Award.