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North Coast Nightmares search for new home base

The North Coast Nightmares roller derby team will be out of a place to practice come September, and are putting out a call for help as the team searches for a new home.

The North Coast Nightmares roller derby team will be out of a place to practice come September, and are putting out a call for help as the team searches for a new home.

The ladies currently practice at the Terrace Curling Rink, but this is soon to end as ice will be going back on the floor in preparation for the upcoming curling season.

Tarea Laton (or Lady-iza hella) from the North Coast Nightmares says the team has progressed a great deal over the past few months and is now coming to a dire time.

Laton explains that once the curling rink becomes unavailable, the team will be at the mercy of the weather, as practices will be moved outdoors.

“We have been searching tirelessly for a new location to practice, but are constantly hitting a stand-still,” Laton says.

She said the team is aware of several empty buildings in town that would suit its needs, and are willing to rent, work with donated space as a sponsorship or even offer up renovation work in place of payment.

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