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Isabella Dicken kids get help from Ghostriders

Fernie Secondary graduate and present Ghostrider Jordan Hirano assists Isabella Dicken Elementary School grade one student Daniel Hammer as he learns to properly hold a hockey stick during the school’s annual skating and hockey skills program.       - Submitted photo
Fernie Secondary graduate and present Ghostrider Jordan Hirano assists Isabella Dicken Elementary School grade one student Daniel Hammer as he learns to properly hold a hockey stick during the school’s annual skating and hockey skills program.
— image credit: Submitted photo

Players from the Fernie Ghostriders showed some Isabella Dicken Elementary School students the ropes this month at the school’s annual skating and hockey skills program.

The program, which teaches basic skills in skating and hockey to all grade one to six students, has been taking place for seven years and was supported by local Ghostriders players, hockey coaches and figure skating coaches who coached at every session.

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