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Week of December 18-21

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Congratulations to Rebecca, Cameron, Isaiah and Martina on their skating at the Western T2T competition held this past weekend at the Richmond Olympic Oval!

Martina skating at the Western Elite Circuit. Photo credit: Michael Mong

Meet Entries: 

Prince George Long Track – Saturday, January 6. Registration Form

Burnaby Interclub – Saturday, January 13. Registration Form

BC Long Track Championship – Fort St John – January 20-21 Registration Form


Coyote Cup – hosted by the Kamloops Long Blades! –Saturday, January 27

If you need to contact Alana, please email her at alana.lawhead@gmail.com.


Bottle drives: January 6 (Rayleigh) and March 31 (Upper Sahali).

Noble Pig Fundraising Dinner:

Tickets are $15 for a pasta dinner with garlic bread. No drink. The dinner will be January 14. This is a family friendly event. Please invite family and friends to join as the more tickets we sell the better. $5 from each ticket goes back to the club.

Please see Tara/Darryl or Jodi to purchase your tickets during practice until Christmas break.

Our annual Skate-a-Thon will be held February 15th. Skaters can begin collecting pledges right away:

Pledge Form

Upcoming Events:

Skate with Santa – December 18th


Do you have a skinsuit with a hole or need a zipper repaired? Gail will be picking up skinsuits on Mondays and bringing them to Carla’s Alterations. Please see Gail at practice if you are interested!

Our final practice before the holiday break will be December 21. Practice will resume January 8th, 2018.

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Kamloops Long Blades skate and take part in dryland activities on the traditional lands of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc within Secwépemc’ulucw, the unceded territory of the Secwépemc people. We respect and acknowledge the Indigenous peoples of this land, known as Turtle Island, and thank them for allowing us to live, learn and manage our association on their territory
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