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Aldergrove Skating club hosts Jingle Blades 2015

Aldergrove Skating club hosted the yearly Jingle Blades 2015 skating competition November 19 to 22

The Aldergrove Skating club hosted the yearly Jingle Blades 2015 skating competition November 19 to 22 at the Aldergrove Arena. Six hundred skaters from all over B.C. came to compete in 78 events.

The home club skaters had a very successful weekend with many Golds, Silver and Bronzes won.  For some this was their first competition with awesome results.

The skating club would like to thank all its members and the Aldergrove community for supporting this huge endeavour with volunteering and donations.  Without this support the club would not have been able to put on such a spectacular event.

The Aldergrove Skating Club synchronized skating teams are now preparing for competition season.

IN PHOTO: Back row, left to right: Ogechi Anumba (silver), Alex Webber(gold), Sarah Wildy (6th), Cora-Lee Hagel (1st), Sophia Rollke (3rd), Abbey Mierzejewski (bronze), Kristen Giesbrecht (11th), Tarra Lomas (2nd), Maddie Wasmuth (3rd), Rachel Lagasse (silver), Tia Flello (3rd), Marissa Bandick (7th), Ashley Borglund (silver), Courtney Watson (silver), Lexus Lomas (silver), Paige Trottier (silver), front row, left to right: Ava Bush (silver), Camryn Blunden (gold), Haylee Zacharias (silver), Emily Wildy (silver), Chiemela Anumba (silver), missing from photo: Rachel Rollke (5th).

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