Cowichan Lake skating club celebrates 50 years

Cinderella, played by DelRae Olson, at the 50th Anniversary Izce Show.
Jasmines — Abbie Broughton, Makayla, Arabella Duncan, Brooklyn Galavan, Aolani Jimenez, Haldey Leidenius, Farrah Phillips, Heidi Phillips, Madison Savory, Claire Volk, Isis Waters and Grace Work at the 50th Anniversary Ice Show, Once Upon A Time.
Fairies — Winslow Bell, Madison Day, Charlotte Eckert, Eva Frantshishto, Emily Hopton, Ayla Kimmerly and Solara Spooner.
Mrs. Potts — Brooklyn Puska skating at the 50th Anniversary Ice Show.
Mary Poppins — Ryley MacDonald skating in Once Upon A Time.
The “Step Sisters” — Alison Elzinga and Kiera Klymchuk.
“Hook’s waltz” — Gus Fowler, Koen Matthews, Dominic Mercier, Payton Schulz and Jax Weir skate with Captain Hook — Joshua Spooner. (Malcolm Chalmers photo)
“Some Day My Prince Will Come” with Snow White— Lyla de Leeuw.
Madisyn Darling, Audrey Degraaf, Sophie Dragan, Demaeris Rempel, Miriam Stewart.
Nine of the 101 Dalmatians and the Seven Dwarfs follow Cruella de Vil around the ice during the 50th Anniversary Ice Show Once Upon A Time at the Cowichan Lake Arena Feb. 28, 2020.
Princesses — Hailey Cerrer, Lyla deLeeuw, Peyton Kong, Ryley MacDonald, DelRae Olson and Leva Schnider open the first half of the show “Once Upon a Time”, put on by the Cowichan Lake District Skating Club to celebrate their 50th birthday. For more photos from the show, see page 6. (Malcolm Chalmers photo)

The Cowichan Lake District Skating Club celebrated 50 years last weekend with their skating show Once Upon A Time, at the Cowichan Lake Arena.

Check out photos from the event, and keep an eye on future issues for more on the 50th anniversary.

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