Skate Club ends season

The Terrace Skate Club congratulated all of its skaters on their success over the past season in its 2010/2011 awards ceremony.

Members of the Terrace Skate Club after their year end awards ceremony.

The Terrace Skate Club congratulated all of its skaters on their success over the past season in its 2010/2011 awards ceremony.

Carissa Nenniger won in the tot skate category, while Mikayla Wickie-Beaudette won the can skater of the year award and Teysean Henry and James Boutilier were both named can skate champions.

In the most improved categories, Christine Heideman won for the pre-juniors, Hannah Jay won for the juniors and Cassidy Kitchen won in the senior category.

The program assistant of the year was awarded to Julia Bowles, and volunteer of the year went to Heather Bowles.

The overall skater of the year award was given to Jorden Hendry.

The club would also like to thanks coaches Barb Long, Kelsey Minhinnick and Jennifer Kuehne for their continuous dedication and all of the volunteers who contributed in making the skate season a positive experience.

The club will kick of again for the next season with summer sessions in August for power and figure skating.

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