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Last updateSat, 24 Feb 2018 12pm

Swallow is an 8-peat!

Two days of great golf weather led to a successful open tournament at the Dinosaur Trail Golf course this past weekend.

Both the Ladies and Men’s tournaments were held, and Kyle Wade emerged as the low gross winner and course superintendent Colin Mckenzie won low net honours.

On the Women’s side, Heather Swallow came out on top as low gross winner and Joanne Schinnour emerged as low net winner. Swallow was presented with the Barb Losoncy plaque as tournament winner once again, having won it for the eighth time.

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Bink Losoncy presented Heather Swallow with the Barb Losoncy Memorial Plaque, as winner of the Ladies golf tournament at Dinosaur Trail this past weekend. This is the eighth time Heather has won the event, and the twentieth year the plaque has been presented since Barb’s passing.

mailphoto by O. R. Sheddy, Mail Editor


Young kayakers try out sport

Kayak lessons at the aquaplex

Some Drumheller youngsters had the opportunity to try out the basics of kayaking last week at the Drumheller Aquaplex. Instructors were able to facilitate classes with the support of the Alberta Whitewater Association. Swim instructor Molly Moar and her students race across the outdoor pool.

Mailphoto by Patrick Kolafa

Dragons Hockey School wraps up

Dragons Hockey Camp

The first to get to try out the new look arena, complete with upgraded lighting was the Drumheller Dragons Hockey School. More than 60 young skaters came out to receive expert guidance from the Dragons’ coaching staff. The Dragons too will soon be on the ice with their first exhibition home game is coming up on September 6 versus the Old Grizzlies.

mailphoto by Patrick Kolafa


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