Smoke Eater players warmed up with the Atom development team

Local Trail groups team up for tailgating party

KidSport Trail joined Kiwanis, Local 480, Trail Firefighters and others in a tailgating party for the Trail Smoke Eaters

Attendees embraced the bracingly chilly weather as KidSport Trail joined Kiwanis, Local 480, the Boxing Day Classic, Trail Firefighters and others in organizing a tailgating party for the Trail Smoke Eaters in recognition of Sports Day in Canada at the Trail Memorial Centre Friday. Clockwise from top: Smoke Eater players warmed up with the Atom development team, as Local 480 members manned the barbecue, and Greater Trail’s 2014 Paralympic representatives in Sochi, Russia, Mike Mondin and Ian Lockey, came out to meet the public, and the KidSport crew comprised of Wayne Florko, Betty Anne Marino, Eleanor Gattafoni-Robinson, Christine Forbes, Gord Menelaws, Tricia Davison, and Erin Adrain did everything else to make the event a success.

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