……………………..HEAT WARNING continues for our entire region for today. A period of hot weather continues. Daytime high temperatures in excess of 30 degrees Celsius, with humidex values in the high thirties to low forties, are expected. Overnight lows near 20 degrees Celsius are also expected through this period, providing little relief from the heat. A slightly cooler airmass may move into the area this weekend, however there is considerable uncertainty. A few areas towards eastern Ontario are likely to experience extreme heat and high humidex values on Saturday as well………………………………………………..    
Local Skaters Do Well at 1000 Islands Super Series Figure Skating Event Last Weekend – HomeTown TV12
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Local Skaters Do Well at 1000 Islands Super Series Figure Skating Event Last Weekend

Local Skaters Do Well at 1000 Islands Super Series Figure Skating Event Last Weekend
In the photo – Back Row (from left):  Madeline McFaul, Lilianne Faubert-Onstein, Kadynn Morrison, Alisha, Destinee Burns, Melissa Broniszeski, Darinka Ramirez, Maiya.  Middle Row:  Abby Aaron, Addison Aubrey, Alianna Darling, Lexi Laushway, Sophie Glockler. Front Row: Mya Lanctot, Grace Coggan, Danica Dutkewich, Katie McFaul, Avery Aubrey – Submitted Photo
Brockville – Skate Brockville Figure Skating Club hosted the 1000 Islands Super Series Event at the Memorial Civic Centre on January 17th-19th.  The 3-day event brought in over 300 figure skaters and their families to the city and to the rink. 
The snow storm didn’t stop the determination of the skaters to come to our wonderful city and to participate in this qualifying event.  The level of skating at the event was impressive and inspiring to see! Skate Brockville’s own figure skaters all skated beautifully and cheered each other on.
The club’s figure skaters received high recognition in their skating abilities. Destinee Burns was awarded top marks in her freeskate program and individual elements while both Kadynn Morrison and  Melissa Broniszeski  took to the podium:  Kadynn in 2nd place (silver medal) with her STAR 9 artistic program and Melissa Broniszeski in 1st (gold medal) with her STAR 5 artistic program.
The club’s head coach, Brenda Mueller, not only ensured her skaters were prepared but also put her heart into the entire event to ensure that it ran smoothly and all obstacles were triumphed.  Congratulations to all who participated and a HUGE THANK-YOU to all of our volunteers, local businesses, media outlets, and organizers who helped make this competition such a success!  

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