Fraser gymnastics team looks forward to competing in new rec center |

Fraser gymnastics team looks forward to competing in new rec center

To the Editor:

We would like to thank the Cornerstone Community Foundation and Clark Lipscomb for donating $3,500 for new uneven bars and a “pac man” mat, used to assist gymnasts learning back handsprings, for the gymnastics program.

We are so excited for the (Fraser Valley) recreation center to be completed and to be able to use this new equipment in our new facility.

The competitive gymnastics program has grown from just a handful of girls to a team of 20 in the past four years. With the older girls learning more difficult moves on the bars our current bars were too small to support these advanced moves and the new bars will be required by the Colorado Association of Recreational Athletics for us to host meets here at home.

We will work extremely hard to make this community proud of us and we hope that everyone will come to our home meets in our new rec center in 2010.

The Fraser Valley Blizzards

Competitive Gymnastics Team

Gabriele Blahnik, Jessica Blahnik, Danielle Keen, Megan Lavato, Nicole Rhodes, Lauren Rimmer, Amanda Durbin, Erin Emery, Tori Lahrman, Delayne Neiberger, Chloe McManigal, Robin Peterson, Sierra Smith, Jordan Emery, Cassidy Mays, Emily Jensen, Sammy Phillips, Paige Romero, Morgan Shaw and Noelle Malcom

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