Skate Club competition a success

The Aldergrove Skating Club had their annual club competition at the Aldergrove Arena on Friday, February 13.

In photo

The Aldergrove Skating Club had their annual club competition at the Aldergrove Arena on Friday, February 13.

Twenty-six skaters competed in nine events. All skaters performing their best in front of judges from Surrey and Langley.

Congratulations to all for a job well done.

All the skaters will next be working on their programs for the upcoming annual Pop Concert on Friday, March 6. Doors open at 6 p.m. and show starts at 6:30. Tickets are available at regular club sessions. Please call 604-857-1696 for further information.

In photo, back row from left: Sue Edwards, Linda Maundrell, Debra Tomsic, Rachel Rollke, Kristen Geisbrecht, Tarra Lomas, Allison Campbell, Ivy Nordell, Julia Rybalka, Abbey Mierzeweski, Madeline Wasmuth; middle row: Cora-Lee Hagel, Katie deGroot, Sarah Wildy, Tia Flello, Ashley Borglund, Sophia Rollke, Rachel Lagasse, Kirsty O’Brien; front row: Courtney Watson, Chiemela Anumba, Katie Wiebe, Emily Wildy, Ava Bush, Lexus Lomas and Ogechi Anumba.

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