Ken Fetherson, at the youthful age of 16, was instrumental in the organization of lacrosse in Ladner, British Columbia in 19'5, and went on to become President of the Delta Lacrosse Association.
A World War II injury shortened his playing career with the New Westminster Salmonbellies Club, where he picked up '0' points in just 1'' games prior to the war. The injury however gave him reason to spend time building the sport he loved.
And build he did, establishing teams in Trail, Rossland, Richmond, and Delta as well as conducting countless clinics for coaches and referees.
- Parent Category: Honoured Member
- Category: Builder