Let it snow

Participants of a three-day x-country ski coaching course sponsored by Wells Gray Outdoor Club line up for a group photo up Road 80.

Participants of a three-day x-country ski coaching course sponsored by Wells Gray Outdoor Club line up for a group photo up Road 80.

(l-r) Jennifer Belle, Amber Horne, Janice McCarthy, Debbie Cruzelle (Barriere), instructor Brian May from Salmon Arm and Andrea Lamond.

“The Wells Gray Outdoors Club was pleased to host two coaching courses  in our own backyard; the first one on the weekend of Oct. 21 and 22, and the second one this past weekend of Nov. 25, 26 and 27,” noted Wells Gray Outdoors members.

“These courses could not have happened without grants from the Wells Gray Community Forest, the North Thompson Communities Foundation and Investors Group.  Also many thanks to the Dutch Lake Community Centre for classroom space and to our club members that went looking for snow to track.”

“Some of these new coaches will be helping with the Rabbit ski lessons which will start in January.  Please check out the club website at:  wellsgrayoutdoorsclub.ca for ski news and membership forms.

Now, let’s all do a Snow Dance!!

 

 

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