Women’s rec hockey taking registrations

The Salmon Arm Women’s Recreational Hockey Fun League will start Oct. 19, and registration is now open

The Salmon Arm Women’s Recreational Hockey Fun League will start Oct. 19, and registration is now open. Games will be held on Monday nights from 8:15 to 9:45 at the Shaw Centre.

Players sign up individually and are placed on a team based on skill level. All women aged 18 and up who can skate are invited to come out to play. The emphasis of the league is to have fun, develop hockey skills, get some exercise, and enjoy some social time with fellow players. If you are interested in joining the league, contact Jennifer Findlay at findlay40@telus.net or 250-833-2095.

Curling clinic

Come and join us at the Salmon Arm Curling Centre for a fun day of learning on Oct. 3 or 4. The clinic is designed for those wanting to learn what the sport is all about and how to do it, or for those wanting to get back into the sport or just to improve their game.

There are two separate sessions, so let organizers know by Oct. 2 which day you can make it. Clinics are $10 and run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with a short lunch break. Come early to register and get equipment. Wear stretchy pants and clean rubber soled shoes. Call 250-832-8700 or email:salmonarmcc@shaw.ca to register by Oct 2.

 

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