Seekonk’s Mark Divver Receives “Sage Family Public Service” Award
Presented by the RI Reds Heritage Society
Seekonk resident, Mark Divver, assistant sports editor and hockey writer for the Providence Journal, was the recipient of this year’s “Sage Family Service Award” presented by the RI Reds Heritage Society at their annual reunion held on August 6th at Goddard Park in Warwick. It was presented by Buster Clegg, founder and president of the Heritage Society.
The award is given annually by the family of former Reds’ owner, George Sage, in recognition of contributions to the community and game of hockey.
Mark, grew up in Barrington and played hockey for the Eagles. A URI grad, he attributes his love for the game to the RI Reds, a team he watched and cheered for as a young man at the old RI Auditorium.