Aldergrove Skating Club wins BC Section Awards

Aldergrove Skating Club award winners Rachel Rollke, Chiemela Joy Anumba and Monique Husslage.

Aldergrove Skating Club award winners Rachel Rollke

The Aldergrove Skating Club is very proud of three skaters who won awards at the B.C. Section Awards Banquet, held on May 3 at the Delta Burnaby Hotel and Conference Centre.

Rachel Rollke won the Program Assistants Award, and was chosen from all the clubs in British Columbia. She is a energetic, hard working young lady that the Aldergrove Club is lucky to have helping out with the Learn to Skate program.

Chiemela Joy Anumba won the Canskater of the Year Award, also for all of British Columbia. She is a bright, up and coming young skater who shows her love of skating every time she steps on the ice. She has been skating with the Aldergrove club through the Learn to Skate Program since she started.

Monique Husslage, is a Newton Skating Club member, but also skates with the Aldergrove Ice Silhouette Synchronized Skating team and was honoured with the Adult Spirit of Skating Award from all the clubs in B.C. She has enthusiasm, motivation and is following her dreams.  She is constantly encouraging others with a positive attitude.

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