Aldergrove's Synchronized Skating team.

Synchronized skaters ready to compete

Aldergrove Skating Club Synchronized Skating teams debuted their programs on December 3 at the Pacific Ice Christmas Gala.

Aldergrove Skating Club Synchronized Skating teams debuted their programs on December 3 at the South Surrey Arena at the Pacific Ice Christmas Gala. This is the first opportunity to perform the routines before the competitive season starts in January.

All four teams had great skates: the Beginner II Snowflakes team skated to a theme of Dogs, Juvenile Ice Angels skate to some lively baseball music, Pre-Novice Black Ice have some great attitude in a “Bad to the Bone” theme. And the fourth team, the Adult level III team Ice Silhouette have an exciting program to Katy Perry’s Fireworks and Glee’s Don’t stop Believin’.

The first competition at the South Surrey Arena is on January 7-8, and then the teams will be travelling to Edmonton to the Mountain Regionals on January 27-29. There will be teams from all over B.C. and Alberta in competition.

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