Vanderhoof Christmas Ice Show

Vanderhoof’s figure skaters presented their techniques and learning so far this year to the community on Dec. 10.

Senior skaters of Nechako Figure Skating Club presents the opening sequence of the annual Christmas Ice Show.

Vanderhoof’s figure skaters from Kindergarten to Grade 12 presented their techniques and learning so far this year to the community on Dec. 10.

Starting with the Nechako Figure Skating Club’s senior skaters, the ice show continued with CanSkate and Pre-Star groups. Solos are then presented by Abigail Stewart, Adara Bryan, Ayva Lewis, Destiny Fjellner, Jaylen Pedersen, Sarah Rae Saharchuk, and Shae-Lynn Geernaert.

The show finished with CanSkate and Star 1 groups in various routines led by coach Jennifer Auston.

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