Bonney Lake man honored at banquet, named Sportsman of the Year

Bonney Lake resident Joe Daniels was presented the “Sportsman of the Year” award by the Pierce County Sports Council August 8.

Joe Daniels

Bonney Lake resident Joe Daniels was presented the “Sportsman of the Year” award by the Pierce County Sports Council August 8. Daniels was given the award during the Disabled Sportsmen of North America (DSNA) annual banquet at the Sumner Sportsman Association clubhouse.

Daniels joined other local sportsmen who has also received the award, including Bill Montgomery, Gary Higginbotham and Jim Williams.

The DSNA is a nonprofit organization that aims to help disabled men and women have access to and enjoy sports, including hunting and fishing and raise community awareness about the difficulties and challenges of disabled sportsmen and women. Daniels is the current president of DSNA.

 

 

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