The Fuller Lake Skating Club put on a performance of Ella on Ice March 24.

Fuller Lake skaters perform Ella on Ice

Under the direction of the Club’s staff: Shannon McKinlay, Lorraine Francisty, Kailee Bowman, Brittany Shillingford and Cleve Shillingford.

On Thursday, March 24, the Fuller Lake Skating Club performed Ella on Ice as their year end ice show, under the direction of the Club’s staff: Shannon McKinlay, Lorraine Francisty, Kailee Bowman, Brittany Shillingford and Cleve Shillingford.

With the support of many local business and community organizations like Seaward Kayaks, Antiques Post Office Mall, Mijen Multimedia, North Cowichan Parks and Recreation and Ladysmith Secondary School, the skaters put on an exceptional show.

The Fuller Lake Skating Club runs a CANSKATE for those just learning to skate, a power skating program for those wishing to hone their skating skills for hockey and a figure skating program.

Every second year the club mounts a production to showcase its young skaters.


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