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CARBERRY FIGURE SKATING CLUB fonds
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CA CPA 1997.21
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7.6 cm of textual records. â 212 photographs
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The Carberry Figure Skating Club #273 was founded in 1962 by the Carberry B.P.O. Elks to provide training for young figure skaters in the area. They had several precision skating teams: the Sparkettes, the Classiques, the Centurions, the Ghostbusters, the Precision Plus. Standards followed to compete nationally were set by the Canadian Figure Skating Association, which the Carberry Club joined in 1969-1970. Until 1967 the Elks ran the Club, when a mother's club was formed to take responsibility. In 1971 the Elks withdrew direct sponsorship, remaining supportive when needed.
Records have been presented to the Carberry Plains Archives in 1997 by Audrey Turner of Carberry, Manitoba.
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Fonds consists of coloured photographs and negatives showing skaters, and newspaper clippings on Club activities (1991-1992), booklet of placement (1997), scrapbook of clippings (1987-1991).
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