Family skate draws all ages

Each fall the Kettle River Lions book an afternoon of ice time at the Midway arena for families from across the West Boundary.

Smiles all around on skaters of all ages as the Kettle River Lions sponsored their annual free skate at the Midway arena.



The Kettle River Lions held their annual beginning–ofthe- season free family skate at Midway arena recently. The event was very well attended with the ice full of children, parents and grandparents. The Kettle River Lions Club served snacks and drinks.

This is but one of the many community events the Lions Club has been sponsoring in the area over the past 25 years. The club meets on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at the Rock Creek clinic. Inquiries about becoming a member are always welcome—phone Tom at 250-528-0045.

 

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