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Gull Lake Skating Club Extends Thanks to Everyone for a Successful Year

The Gull Lake Skating Club would like to thank everyone who has helped our skaters have a successful end to our year.

Thank You to Our Carnival Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Crop Production Services
Whitecap Resources
D & D Contracting
Innovation Credit Union
Holizki Electric
Jodanco Oil

Silver Sponsors

Central Energy
Rider Energy
Raven Oilfield Supply

Thank You to Our Prize Table Sponsors

Jeff & Alison Slabik
Travis & Carla Benjamin
Chuck & Cathy Toney
Kim & Tim Temoshawsky
Ashley Barr

Thank You to

Kate Winquist and The Southwest Advance for helping us with the advertising and taking pictures during the carnival

A Special thank you to

Coach Dorothy Gillis
Program Assistants Kiara Slabik, Jalayna Holizki, Kevin To, Lisa To, Althea Doroteo, & Andrei Doroteo
The staff at the rink: Darwin, Kent, Dayne, Peyton, Dina and her staff
MC Chuck Toney
Jeff Slabik for Playing Music
Guest Skater Kateryna deKlerk
Candice Lonsdale for doing pictures
Our parents and families
Everyone who shared our posts and came out to watch the carnival

I wish I could name you all as there are so many in this community that are supportive of our skaters.

I apologize if I’ve missed you – Please know that we appreciate you all!  We live in a great community!

Alison Slabik

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