Boundary Figure Skating Club begins season

Stars on Ice are in the making at the Midway arena as the figure skating club begins a new season.

The Boundary Figure Skating Club welcomes Raymond Naismith to the Midway arena as their new coach. A few of the club members pose with Naismith on their first day of practice last week.

Members of the Boundary Figure Skating Club started practicing their twirls and learning some new graceful moves on October 3. The club is fortunate to welcome Raymond Naismith as their coach this year.

Naismith competed at the national level where he did quite well. He also coaches the Grand Forks Figure Skating Club.

Dawn Corfe is president of the Boundary Figure Skating Club this year; she can be reached at 250-449-  8550. The club practices each Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Midway arena.

 

 

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