Millet Has Struck Gold!
The new buzz in town is the establishment of a new skating club out of the Millet Agriplex called the New Edge Regional Skating Club with senior skaters that most clubs would envy. All Wetaskiwin's Senior Silver and Gold Level young women who skated at the Wetaskiwin Skating Club last year have now moved to the skating club in Millet. This amounted to eleven senior skaters in all to serve your community's recreation needs and help make your Millet Agriplex sustainable.
The skating club boasts one Level 3 Coach, one Level I Coach, four Certified Can-Skate Coaches over 16 years of age, and many Program Assistants over 12 to 15 years of age. These skaters have been mentored by Gina Shantz who has 23 successful years of coaching. The coaches have all their credentials to help your young skater excel quickly. As in some other clubs, this club does not believe in children teaching children. These Certified Can-Skate Coaches have taken the latest course through Skate Canada to give your child the best possible chance to succeed.
The Club serves all levels of skater's right from the Leam-To-Skate to CanSkate, CanPower, Primary Star Skate and Star Skate. Under the leadership of a positive and experienced executive right through to the skaters on the ice, the club is there solely for your child and not for the promotion and protection of a select few. Negative politics within a skating executive can see an exodus of good skaters and unfortunately it happens in a lot of organizations from time to time. That is why your New Edge Regional Skating Club works hard to make sure all skaters and their parents are treated fairly. Problems or challenges are dealt with immediately and with positive results.
Every child should have the opportunity to skate well and have fun while learning in a stress free environment. Is your child ready to put on their skates and join their friends on the ice? The first day of skating for Learn-to-Skate and CanSkate starts September 30th.
Come to the Arena September 26th between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. to see our senior skaters as they work on their personal levels. You can then see who will be coaching your child. We will also have applications available for your convenience if you haven't yet signed up. You won't be disappointed.
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