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Don’t miss Ponoka’s Community Activity and Sports Registration night

Aug. 28 from 5 to 7 p.m. at curling rink

Wednesday, Aug. 28 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the curling rink in the Ponoka Arena Complex is your chance to register for fall and winter sports and activities happening in Ponoka.

The annual Community Activity and Sports Registration night, formerly known as Mass Registration, will have representation from numerous groups and organizations offering activities, sports and recreation programs for youth and adults.

Ponoka Minor Hockey will be on site, accepting registrations for the season. Register and pay fees by midnight to avoid a $100 late fee.

You can sign up for swimming lessons and programs at the Ponoka Aquaplex at the Town of Ponoka booth.

The groups that confirmed their attendance as of Monday, August 19 were Junior B Hockey, Ponoka Rec Hockey, Ponoka Minor Hockey, Got 2 Dance, Ponoka Minor Soccer, Skate Ponoka, Leisure Lanes Bowling, Ponoka Youth Centre and Big Brothers Big Sisters, Girl Guides Canada, Town of Ponoka (budget booth), Town of Ponoka (Aquaplex and recreation information), Ponoka Jubilee Library, Sportball, Ponoka Ag Society and Canadian Red Cross.

Copies of the new Community Program Guide for the 2019 fall and winter season will also be available at the town’s booth.

For more information, call Breanna Engerdahl, secretary of community service, at 403-783-0131.

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