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Skaters strike gold

The Summerland Skating Club members Emily Schatz, Anne Theilmann and Natasha Roblesky, seen left to right, recently attained their Gold Dance Tests. Gold is the highest level a skater can achieve in the Skate Canada Starskate program and this is the second gold test that these girls have attained. Schatz is a Grade 11 student at Summerland Secondary School; Theilmann is a Grade 12 student at Penticton Secondary School; and Roblesky is a Grade 12 student at SSS. - Photo submitted
The Summerland Skating Club members Emily Schatz, Anne Theilmann and Natasha Roblesky, seen left to right, recently attained their Gold Dance Tests. Gold is the highest level a skater can achieve in the Skate Canada Starskate program and this is the second gold test that these girls have attained. Schatz is a Grade 11 student at Summerland Secondary School; Theilmann is a Grade 12 student at Penticton Secondary School; and Roblesky is a Grade 12 student at SSS.
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The Summerland Skating Club members Emily Schatz, Anne Theilmann and Natasha Roblesky, seen left to right, recently attained their Gold Dance Tests. Gold is the highest level a skater can achieve in the Skate Canada Starskate program and this is the second gold test that these girls have attained. Schatz is a Grade 11 student at Summerland Secondary School; Theilmann is a Grade 12 student at Penticton Secondary School; and Roblesky is a Grade 12 student at SSS.

 

 

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