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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Duncan Skating Club members, back row from left: Sophia Hodgins, Hannah Kushner, Courtney Vanderstap, Haley Dragicevich, Stephanie Hleck, Anna Brancato, Cailtyn Luckhurst, Cassie Bowdery, Baylee Hopwo, Jenna Batty. Middle: Brooke Wipplinger, Jessica Mosewich, Grace Haugen, Camryn Visscher, DelRae Olson, Ryley MacDonald, Leva Schneider, Rylee Smith, Drew Kuipers, Paiton Douglas. Front: Peyton Kong, Hailey Cerrer, Chloe Blace, Presley Murphy. - Don Bodger
Duncan Skating Club members, back row from left: Sophia Hodgins, Hannah Kushner, Courtney Vanderstap, Haley Dragicevich, Stephanie Hleck, Anna Brancato, Cailtyn Luckhurst, Cassie Bowdery, Baylee Hopwo, Jenna Batty. Middle: Brooke Wipplinger, Jessica Mosewich, Grace Haugen, Camryn Visscher, DelRae Olson, Ryley MacDonald, Leva Schneider, Rylee Smith, Drew Kuipers, Paiton Douglas. Front: Peyton Kong, Hailey Cerrer, Chloe Blace, Presley Murphy.
— image credit: Don Bodger

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

The Duncan Skating Club did its part Sunday at Cowichan Arena to make the yuletide just a little brighter by performing a skating exhibition.

A total of 24 club skaters took part, welcoming in the holidays in front of an audience of family members and friends.

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