SKILLED SKATERS Three members of the Summerland Skating Club passed recent skating tests. From left are Keelyn Mitchell, Cyan Nickel and Kaylee Fortunato. (Photo submitted)

Summerland skaters pass tests

Three members of club receive certificates for on-ice skills

Three members of the Summerland Skating Club passed recent skating tests.

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On April 23, the club hosted its own test day. Cyan Nickel passed her Senior Bronze Skills Test, Kaylee Fortunato passed her Senior Bronze Skills Test and Keelyn Mitchell passed three tests with her Senior Silver Freeskate elements and program and her Intro Interpretive.

On April 26, Fortunato attended a test day hosted by the Sun Bowl Skating Club where she passed her Senior Silver Freeskate Program.

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