Mariah Segee (front left)

Skating Club hawks hotdogs

The Lake Cowichan Skating Club has started up again, with kids taking to the ice Tuesdays and Sundays.

The Lake Cowichan Skating Club has started up again, with kids taking to the ice Tuesdays and Sundays.

“We think that enrollment is a bit up, but we’re not sure because it’s early in the season,” organizer Cindy Kruk said, of the CanSkate program.

The Junior Skating program has six kids registered, this year.

The skating season has only just started, and will not let up until March, with kids able to register throughout the season.

The Saturday, October 2, hotdog sale’s proceeds, and other fund-raisers, will help pay for ice rentals, the coach, and to help keep enrollment costs down.

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