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George Normand

The George Normand Aggregate $20,000 Championship will be awarded to the driver
with the best combined times over the course of four days of racing

Bonnyville's Chuckwagon Championship Honors a Great Champion

Bonnyville Chuckwagon ChampionshipLocal hero, George Normand, otherwise known as "The Bonnyville Bullet", will be honored at this year's Bonnyville Chuckwagon Championship. The event committee has named Sunday's championship heat in George's name. Lakeland locals have been blessed to have had such an ambassador of the sport of chuckwagon racing in our their town.

George, who left us so tragically in July of 1994, will always be remembered by his loving family and friends of the wagons.

A tribute to George Normand was created in the form of a song and is selling at Lammle's Western Wear stores throughout the province and at WPCA Souvenir Booth. The song, Wagon Trails to Glory, sung by Tiffany Dowhan was written for George's wife Joey and her children BJ & Bobbi by Mereline Griffith. All proceeds of the CD will go towards completion of the Bonnyville Chuckwagon Track and ground improvements.

 

B and R Eckels
B & R Eckel's
Transport Ltd.
 
Proud sponsor of the
$15,000 George Normand Memorial Aggregate Championship

 

George Normand

 

 
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Photos courtesy of Allison Croteau and Don Sydora