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Tet cabins, Dakota Ridge remain closed for Easter Weekend

Tet cabins, Dakota Ridge remain closed for Easter Weekend

Cabin stewards will turn away park visitors
Coasters persevere in sports year like no other

Coasters persevere in sports year like no other

While news about the novel coronavirus was spreading in January, it took three months for restrictions to hit in B.C., giving Sunshine Coast athletes a sliver of sports-as-normal in 2020.
Chinook Swim Club receives $5,000 from Olympic Canada Legacy Grant

Chinook Swim Club receives $5,000 from Olympic Canada Legacy Grant

Athletes with Sunshine Coast’s Chinook Swim Club will be benefiting from a $5,000 Olympic Canada Legacy Grant – allowing them to participate in events virtually.
SCBC coach elected to provincial board

SCBC coach elected to provincial board

Sunshine Coast Boxing Club (SCBC) coach Tariq Abdulrahman was elected recently to the board of Boxing BC as third vice president for a two-year term.
Skater of the Month:

Skater of the Month:

The Sunshine Coast Skating Club’s Skater of the Month for November is Brielle Avila. The club writes: “Brielle has been committed to coming out and helping on Tuesday Canskate.
Skaters get tips from renowned judge

Skaters get tips from renowned judge

A renowned figure skating judge, Susan Heffernan, was on the Coast Oct. 28, holding Autumn Assessments with the Sunshine Coast Skating Club’s STAR/competitive/adult skaters.
Whistler Blackcomb urging patience ahead of opening day

Whistler Blackcomb urging patience ahead of opening day

Whistler Blackcomb (WB) is reminding the public that opening day is still a few days away after reporting “a high volume” of skiers and riders on-mountain last weekend.
SKATER OF THE MONTH:

SKATER OF THE MONTH:

The Sunshine Coast Skating Club’s Skater of the Month for October is Alexa Kovski. Alexa moved up to StarSkate last year and would have competed in her first StarSkate competition in March.
Hunt ‘alive and well’ despite COVID-19

Hunt ‘alive and well’ despite COVID-19

About half as many riders participated, the legendary luncheon was cancelled but the hounds got their blessing, as did the Sunshine Coast in the 21st annual Fraser Valley Hunt Opening Meet last weekend.
U16 Storm boys are back to their winning ways

U16 Storm boys are back to their winning ways

With the Cliff Gilker playing field looking the best it has ever been and the sun shining, it was time for the Sunshine Coast Youth Soccer Association U16 Storm boys rep soccer team to showcase two Saturdays in a row what they can do as they welcomed