The Williams Lake Gymnastics Club kicked off its competitive season with a club team-building sleepover last week at the club. The team’s first competitive meet is in March in Kamloops.

Gymnasts ready for season

The Williams Lake Gymnastics Club kicked off its competitive season with a sleepover, team-building exercise last week.

The Williams Lake Gymnastics Club kicked off its competitive season with a sleepover, team-building exercise last week.

“They were very grateful to all the parents who donated their time,” said Trudy Rick with the WLGC.

“A big thank you to Jason from Red Tomato Pies for the support again this year.”

The club said it’s working hard getting its routines ready for the 2012 season and are looking forward to any support they can get from the community.

Coming up for the WLGC competitive team male gymnast Andrew Bettles will attend this year’s 2012 B.C. Winter Games from Feb. 25-26 in Vernon.

Later, the club attends its first competitive meet together as a team from March 27-28 in Kamloops.

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