Douro & District Optimist Club Power Skating, News (Douro Minor Hockey)

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Douro & District Optimist Club Power Skating
Submitted By Randal Kuyvenhoven on Monday, April 24, 2017
The Douro & District Optimist Club will be sponsoring power skating again with professional instructors.



Those who have taken part in the Power Skating program in the past years have said they found it very helpful.

Registration will be at the same time as Minor Hockey on May 1 & 3 at the Warsaw Arena. The cost for power skating  will be $30 per participant payable at registration.

The program will be for a maximum of 60 players.  2 groups of 30 - mainly by age. (first come basis)

Come out and have fun while improving your skating skills !!

Parents (and Grandparents): Optimists would welcome new members to help us continue these youth oriented initiatives.

If you have questions contact Lawrence Julian @ 652- 7794 or Jim Coughlin @ 652- 7540
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