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BMX open house

TEARING UP THE TRACK — Ambrose Colbeck, 5, right, is ready to take his run on the Penticton BMX track as his mom, Jessie, anxiously wait for the start gate to drop. The BMX club held its annual open house on April 5, attracting several newcomers and familiar faces.   - Kristi Patton/Western News
TEARING UP THE TRACK — Ambrose Colbeck, 5, right, is ready to take his run on the Penticton BMX track as his mom, Jessie, anxiously wait for the start gate to drop. The BMX club held its annual open house on April 5, attracting several newcomers and familiar faces.
— image credit: Kristi Patton/Western News

The Penticton BMX club had its annual open house last weekend aimed to welcome new members while old ones return.

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