Wild Flight cyclists top charts

Team Wild Flight Farm rode a whopping 984 kilometres for Bike to Work Week – more than any other team in the Shuswap

  • Jun. 11, 2015 10:00 a.m.

Team Wild Flight Farm rode a whopping 984 kilometres for Bike to Work Week – more than any other team in the Shuswap. Shuswap Lake General Hospital was a close second with 948 km while the Shuswap Trail Alliance team came in a distant third with 379 km.

Summer sports camps

If you’re looking for a summer sports camp, the Epic Sports Academy is offering two camps for boys and girls from seven to 12.

The Mega Sports camp goes July 6-10 at Shuswap Middle School from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily and features volleyball, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, flag football, softball, track and field, badminton, karate and ringette.

The second camp, Sports in Action, takes place Aug. 10-14 and features dodgeball, ultimate Frisbee, floor hockey, handball and capture the flag. Contact Gregg Nicholson at 250-503-6661 or by email: nick10@telus.net.


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