Centre of Excellence hosts slalom starter session

Chilliwack's Centre of Excellence offers a course that will elevate the skills of intermediate to experienced kayakers.

The Chilliwack Centre of Excellence Paddling Club is hosting Slalom Skill Building Sessions at Tamihi Rapids, starting Saturday.

Sessions are intended to introduce intermediate-to-experienced whitewater paddlers to slalom.

Sessions at Tamihi will be held this Saturday (May 24) and next followed by a race at Salmon La Sac (near Roslyn, WA).

The cost is $15 per session plus race fees.

Get CCE info online at ccekayak.com.

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