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Drayton Skating Club to put candidates on ice

DRAYTON - The Drayton Skating Club will host a “Skate with a Candidate” meet and greet on Oct. 23 from 5:15 to 7pm.  The event is open to all  voters of Mapleton Township.

Mapleton’s mayoral and councillor candidates have been invited to lace up their skates to participate in the Club’s CANSKATE session joining the skaters on the ice for a portion of their Learn to Skate program.

Candidates will then greet families informally in the stands and lobbies during the remainder of the on-ice program, with the evening expected to wrap up by 7 pm.  

The second part of the evening will be the official launch of Skate Canada’s new Canskate Program. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place on the ice to kick off the Drayton and District Skating Clubs full implementation of this Canadian National Learn-to-Skate program.

For additional information,, or contact Debbie Mantler (519) 669-4171, or Kelly Culp 519-638-2082


October 10, 2014


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