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Snow Valley skaters end the year off with a Santa skate

The Snow Valley Skating Club held their annual Christmas Skating Gala on Wednesday, December 13, at the Tamitik Arena.

The event was sponsored by Zanron and the club was very happy to have such a generous sponsor!

The skating club holds this event to showcase their skaters and to raise funds and donations for the Kitimat Food Bank.

All the skaters got a chance to skate with Santa before the show and then spent some time on the ice showing off what they could do.

The club will take a break for Christmas and be back on the ice on January 2.

If you are interested in registering your child for skating go to www.kitimatsnowvalleyskatingclub.com and click on links to register.

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The club’s donations for the Kitimat Foodbank. Photo supplied

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