Bentley skating club set to go

The Bentley Skating Club is gearing up for another season.

The Bentley Skating Club is gearing up for another season.

They will again be offering lessons for “Steppers” with little to no experience, “Gliders” who can get themselves up off the ice, and “Striders”, skaters that can get themselves up off the ice and have some basic skills. There were about 30 skaters last year.

Starting at the beginning of October, all the half hour lessons this year will be on Wednesday afternoons at the Bentley Arena.  They will start at 3:45 p.m. for the Steppers, 4:15 p.m. for the Gliders, and at 4:45 p.m. for the Striders.

Joslyn Snow, who has been helping with skate club since 2009 and figure skated and played hockey as a youth, is the instructor.  She can accommodate up to 15 students per class.

A child must be at last three years of age, have their own proper fitting skates, and wear a CSA certified hockey helmet (cage not mandatory).

Rochelle Stephenson is the president.  Jamie Wilkins is the vice president.  Pam Stephenson is the secretary, and Pat Madden is the Casino chairman.

A registration night was held September 29 at the elementary school but late registrations will be accepted as long as the appropriate class is not full.

Contact one of the executive or email Bentley Skating Club [] or check out their Facebook page for more information.  Some questions are answered there.


Just Posted

Influenza hits hard in Alberta

Flu season hits hard

UPDATE: Highway 2 lanes were closed due to milk truck fire near Millet

A southbound truck hauling milk and cartons collided with a bridge

Ice fishing enjoyed by all

Crestomere 4-H members enjoy ice fishing

Major announcement planned for Tuesday at Westerner Park

Hopes are that the CFR will be relocating to Red Deer

Volunteers busy

Volunteers at Pas Ka Poo Park

Volunteers busy

Volunteers at Pas Ka Poo Park

John ‘Chick’ Webster, believed to be oldest living former NHL player, dies

Webster died Thursday at his home in Mattawa, Ont., where he had resided since 1969

Bad timing: Shutdown spoils Trump’s one-year festivities

Trump spends day trying to hash out a deal with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer

Las Vegas shooter acted alone, exact motive still undetermined: Sheriff

Stephen Paddock was behind the gunfire that killed 58 people including two Canadians

Botox, bomb shelters, and the blues: one year into Trump presidency

A look into life in Washington since Trump’s inauguration

Suspected Toronto serial killer targeting gay community arrested

A 66-year-old man is charged with first-degree murder in disappearance of two Toronto men

Barenaked Ladies, Steven Page, to be inducted into Canadian Music Hall of Fame

Canadian band to get top honours at 2018 JUNO Awards

B.C. out of the running for Amazon’s next headquarters

Toronto is the only Canadian city left in the running despite the province backing Metro Vancouver’s bid for new Amazon headquarters

Post interest rate hike debt tips

What to do about your debt and mortgages after the interest rate hike

Most Read