Community Papers

Paddles up!

Paddles up: The Campbell River Dragon Boat Society announced the creation of a new team for women who want to paddle at a relaxed and recreational level. The team invites all breast cancer survivors to come and try this amazing sport. You need not be fit or have previous experience on the water, just a desire to learn something new while exploring the beautiful Campbell River estuary with a supportive group of women. The paddling season is about to begin. For more information, call Val at 923-5844. - Photo submitted
Paddles up: The Campbell River Dragon Boat Society announced the creation of a new team for women who want to paddle at a relaxed and recreational level. The team invites all breast cancer survivors to come and try this amazing sport. You need not be fit or have previous experience on the water, just a desire to learn something new while exploring the beautiful Campbell River estuary with a supportive group of women. The paddling season is about to begin. For more information, call Val at 923-5844.
— image credit: Photo submitted
We encourage an open exchange of ideas on this story's topic, but we ask you to follow our guidelines for respecting community standards. Personal attacks, inappropriate language, and off-topic comments may be removed, and comment privileges revoked, per our Terms of Use. Please see our FAQ if you have questions or concerns about using Facebook to comment.

You might like ...

Referendum Yes campaigners play health card
 
Surrey mom who hired hit men to kill ex-husband freed from jail
 
Deadly dog walker sent to jail
Furlong seeks to dismiss sexual-abuse lawsuit
 
Fraser Health plans two-month bump in surgeries and scans
 
No signs yet Abbotsford will be involved in AHL move west
Green MLA Weaver to seek leadership
 
Trinity law school grads can work in Nova Scotia, judge rules
 
Dog walker Emma Paulsen gets six months in jail