Nelson Skating Club celebrates season with show, awards banquet

The club handed out awards after performing 'A Tribute to The Beatles' earlier in the day.

The Nelson Skating Club awarded its athletes at a recent banquet. Back row L-R: Mallory Pinske

Hailey Robbins was named CanSkater of the Year as the Nelson Skating Club handed out hardware at its annual awards banquet on April 30th.

The event followed the club’s performance of A Tribute to The Beatles earlier in the day, in which several group numbers were performed to Beatles’ songs.

See below for a complete list of award winners:

CanSkate Champions: Liam Malpass and Anne Van Dijk

Adrienne McMillan Award: Makayla Pickering

Dance Artistry Trophy: Mallory Pinske

Coaches Cup Trophy: Charly DeFouw

Most Improved Jr. Academy Skater: Molly Anderson

Most Improved STARSkaters:

1. Primary: Brianne Morris

2. Intermediate: Naomi Lee

3. Senior: Isabella Kroker Kimber

STARSkater Sportsmanship Award: Hannah Corven

Test Achievement Trophy: Hannah Corven

Test Achievement Award: Naomi Lee

Gold Test Awards: Charly DeFouw – Gold Interpretive

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