Perfect performance: Yanis Tapel shows off her Star 2 Freeskate performance during the solo showcase.

PHOTOS: Ponoka Skate carnival brings hundreds to the stands

Ponoka and area folks just loved seeing the young figure skaters showcase their skills

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Ponoka and area folks just loved seeing the young figure skaters showcase their skills


Full smiles: It’s hard to miss the big smile on Mallory McNalley’s face during her solo showcase. Here a slow shutter speed highlights the speed and motion of the her skating.

High flyer: Guest skater Bailey Rush showcases strong spins and moves to open up the carnival showcase.

Cutest bunnies: These young skaters are in full synchronization giving parents an exciting opportunity to watch their young ones on the ice March 10 at Ponoka Skating Club’s “Just Believe” carnival.

Easter bunny: This Easter bunny skater is outlined by the light of the Maple Leaf flag colours.

Skating leprechaun: This little leprechaun is one of a set of twins (either Elizabeth or Emily Very) in the performance. Here she keeps full control while on the ice while catching up to the rest of the group.

Boogieman skaters: In a dramatic showing, the older skaters presented a pitch black/boogieman group performance for parents. In the lead here is Kaitlyn Korchinsky,

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