Members of the Terrace Skating Club. From back

Gold, silver, and bronze for Terrace skaters

Terrace Skating Club figure skaters competed at the Kla-How-Ya competition in Kitimat Nov. 30 - Dec. 1

Terrace Skating Club figure skaters returned from the Kla-How-Ya competition – held Nov. 30 – Dec. 1 in Kitimat – decorated with ribbons and medals.

The 21 skaters brought home seven gold medals, eight silver medals and nine bronze, with the Star event skaters receiving multiple gold, silver and bronze ribbons in their evaluated events.

“The skaters all put on a great performance from our Star 1 level skaters (Kaeanna Mckenzie, Makayla Forrest, Mikayla Beaudette, Sidney Penner, Teysean Henry), to our Special O skater (Laura Dale), to our most decorated and highest level skater at the competition (Jorden Hendry), who won five medals, and all the skaters in between,” said the club’s Jennifer Kuehne.

The skaters are now preparing for the Caribou North Central Regional championships which take place in January of next year in Williams Lake.


Just Posted

College buys a yurt to boost student success

Round tent-like structure part of college instructional shift

Soup kitchen sees “groundswell of community support”

Donations toward looming tax bill push non-profit back in the black

Terrace husband and wife honoured for saving each other’s lives

BC Ambulance presented each a Vital Link Award for separate incidents of CPR

Council supports lobby for fair share of cannabis tax revenue

The City of Terrace is throwing its support behind a West Kelowna… Continue reading

Airport registers modest passenger increase

Manager anticipates further growth in 2018 as expansion project nears completion

Airport registers modest passenger increase

Manager anticipates further growth in 2018 as expansion project nears completion

WestJet appeals lost bid to scrap harassment lawsuit

Airline argues judge was wrong to have dismissed the company’s application to strike the legal action

Can U.S. border guards search your phone? Yes, and here’s how

Secretary of homeland security explains a new policy that let’s border guards check phones

‘Beautiful writer’ Nancy Richler dies of cancer in Vancouver hospital

Montreal-born author spent most of her adult life in B.C. as a fiction writer and novelist

B.C. commuters vote to rename bus service to ‘Jeff’

The company asked and the people of Facebook answered

Students frustrated by UBCO response to harassment allegations

Students on the Kelowna campus were unaware of resources and worried about lack of communication

Opinion: Dare to be smarter

Just say no works for more than just substance abuse

‘Sing Me a Song’ about B.C. for a chance at $1,000 contest prize

Entries due by March 30 for lieutenant-governor’s British Columbia-themed competition

Facing reality of death, B.C. man learns real meaning of life

Even while preparing for the end, something inside Keven Drews won’t let him stop living

Most Read