Charlie Bowerbank and Lynette Moxon

Burns Lake figure skating club

Charlie Bowerbank drew Jim Geortzen’s winning NHL, Fly & Stay raffle draw.

(Pictured) Charlie Bowerbank and Lynette Moxon, President of Burns Lake Figure Skating Club, as Bowerbank drew Jim Geortzen’s winning NHL, Fly & Stay raffle draw.

(Not pictured) Richelle Wellman, coach of the local club and Jacqueline Lenuik, Skate Canada judge. The Burns Lake Figure Skating Club hosted a low/intermediate test day on Dec. 16. Clubs from Fraser Lake, Houston and Smithers joined us and were evaluated by Jacqueline Lenuik, a Skate Canada judge from Terrace. Tiarri Rushton and Marlee passed the Swing; Rebecca Wiebe passed the Fiesta; Denielle Powers passed the Willow and Junior Bronze Skills; Daria Strimbold passed the Willow, Ten Fox and Junior Bronze Skills; Leneah Sherwood passed the Ten Fox and Fourteenstep; Madison Minger passed the Fourteenstep and European; Paige Allen, Alana Lindberg and Kendra Johnson passed Junior Bronze Skills.

 

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