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Ice skaters back from Prince George

In top, from left to right we have Maya Lecuyer, Julia Bowles, and Jorden Hendry, with Sarah Fell and Shaena Gyorfi in the bottom row.  - Contributed
In top, from left to right we have Maya Lecuyer, Julia Bowles, and Jorden Hendry, with Sarah Fell and Shaena Gyorfi in the bottom row.
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Members of the Terrace Skating Club headed to Prince George Oct. 4 to 6 for the High Performance Development Seminar, hosted this year by the Cariboo North Central Region, featuring veteran guest coaches from all over Western Canada.

“It was amazing to see skaters from all over the province,” said the club’s Elaine Sanchez.

The weekend started with a Mini Jamboree – a fun competition to ‘break the ice’ between the skaters, with the rest of the weekend designated for on- and off-ice coaching time with the moderators.

 

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