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Swinging in the rain

Getting ready to hit with Dani Poupart. -  Photo by Anne Majic
Getting ready to hit with Dani Poupart.
— image credit: Photo by Anne Majic

Isabella Dicken students in Fernie have been learning to drive, chip, pitch and putt, thanks to the Junior Golf program at Fernie Golf and Country Club and support from local businesses.

Despite the rain, the kids had a lot of fun learning from the pros during the five week course.

 

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