Kristopher Schmidt (left), two-year-old Vinnie Schmidt and Tony McDonald take a turn around the rink Dec. 22 during the Bouchie Lake Community Skate Party. The family event hosted by the Bouchie Lake Community Association and the Bouchie Lake Recreation Commission, featured skating, hot dogs and hot chocolate, and a search for hidden gnomes. As well, donations were collected for Good Cheer. (Lindsay Chung - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

A seasonal skate

Bouchie Lake’s outdoor rink was ready to go for the Community Skate Party on Dec. 22

The Bouchie Lake Community Association and Bouchie Lake Recreation Commission hosted a Community Skate Party for local families Dec. 22, featuring skating on the outdoor rink, Christmas crafts and a gnome hunt.

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A hockey game was part of the Bouchie Lake Community Skate Party Dec. 22. The family event hosted by the Bouchie Lake Community Association and the Bouchie Lake Recreation Commission, featured skating, hot dogs and hot chocolate, and a search for hidden gnomes. As well, donations were collected for Good Cheer. (Lindsay Chung - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

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