Aldergrove Skating Club gather for group photo at South Surrey Arena

Aldergrove Skating Club debuts new routines

Aldergrove Skating Club gather for group photo at South Surrey Arena, where they took part in the Pacific Ice Gala, December 1.

The Aldergrove Synchronized Skating teams debuted their routines on December 1 at the Pacific Ice Gala at the South Surrey arena.

This year the Beginner 1 team is skating to a theme of Mary Poppins, the Juvenile team is skating a fun number to Magic, the Pre-Novice team have a montage of music from Rock of Ages and the Adult Ice Silhouettes are are enjoying skating to a theme of wine.

The teams are working hard in preparation for their first competition in South Surrey in mid January.

Aldergrove Skating Club annual skate-a-thon

The club had fun and an increased number of participation at this year’s skate-a-thon.

The kids had a great time trying to complete 100 laps in two hours. Some fun toys and obstacles on the ice make it a bit of a challenge.

Owen Falk is maneuvering through one of the obstacles with several skaters circling the arena.

This is one of the club’s annual fundraisers and the club executive would like to thank all the volunteers that came and stood for two hours in the cold, counting the skaters’ laps.

For further information about learn to skate lessons please email aldergroveskatingclub@shaw.ca or call 604-857-1696.

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