Five Prince Rupert skaters did the North Coast proud from Nov. 27 – 29 when they attended the Kitimat Kla How Ya figure skating competition. Front from left: Renee Charlton

Way to go Prince Rupert Skating Club!

Five Prince Rupert skaters did the North Coast proud at a recent Kla How Ya skating event in Kitimat

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