The 'Pink Panthers' junior skaters were among the 118 skaters

Aldergrove Skaters offer ‘Kaleidoscope’

The "Pink Panthers" junior skaters were among the 118 skaters, aged two to 70, who presented a Kaleidoscope of Colour, Friday, March 8.

The “Pink Panthers” junior skaters were among the 118 skaters, aged two to 70, from the Aldergrove club who presented a Kaleidoscope of Colour at the annual Pop Concert at Aldergrove Arena, Friday, March 8.

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The silver and gold junior skaters (above) are Lexus Lomas, Courtney Watson, Kristen Geisbrecht and Ogechi Anumba. They were among the 118 skaters, aged two to 70, from the Aldergrove club who presented a Kaleidoscope of Colour at the annual Pop Concert at Aldergrove Arena, Friday, March 8.

The Ice Angels (below) won the bronze medal at the B.C./Y.T. Championships in January. They were among the 118 skaters, aged two to 70, from the Aldergrove club who presented a Kaleidoscope of Colour at the annual Pop Concert at Aldergrove Arena, Friday, March 8.

Sliver Gold Skaters

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