Paddling all out: Val McKay of the Friends Abreast dragon boat team competes in the in the 12th Annual Shuswap Dragon Boat Festival on Saturday

Paddling all out

Val McKay of the Friends Abreast dragon boat team competes in the in the 12th Annual Shuswap Dragon Boat Festival on Saturday, June 20

Val McKay of the Friends Abreast dragon boat team competes in the in the 12th Annual Shuswap Dragon Boat Festival on Saturday, June 20; members of the Kamloops Dragon Boating Club receive high-fives after winning a race; Salmon Arm team, Dragon Tao competes in their first heat of the day and teams from Salmon Arm and Revelstoke paddle it to the finish line. Teams came from Calgary, Kamloops, Kelowna and Nelson to participate in the competition. The event was a featured part of Shuswap Paddle Month, which has one more event scheduled – a Paddle Day in the Bay on June 27.

 

 

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