Broadway on Ice in Sparwood

Forty-two skaters participated in this year's Sparwood Skating Carnival.

Broadway on Ice in Sparwood

 

Forty-two skaters participated in this year’s Sparwood Skating Carnival. With the biggest crowd yet, these young athletes skated to the theme Broadway on Ice. In addition, a special appearance was made by Gabrielle Runzer from the Fernie Skating Club.

During the show, local skater, Rebecca Harrington, gave her final performance after 11 years of skating. She will be graduating in June and will be heading off to Red Deer University in the fall. Rebecca had a touching performance which included her younger two sisters, Alexandra and Emma, as well as her dad, Mike.

The club would like to give a big thank you to all those that supported the event! A big thank you to John Baher for being the announcer, Tracy and Sue from the Rec. Centre maintenance staff, and of course, the Coach Janis Semenoff.

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