Water sports season underway at LCBSC

The Lake Country Board and Ski Club is holding its first sanctioned tournament of the year this weekend.

The Lake Country Board and Ski Club is holding its first sanctioned tournament of the year this weekend. The event takes place on July 2 and 3 at the club’s dock on the northwest corner of Wood Lake.

Registration gets started at 9:00 a.m. on the first morning of the event. Early registration is encouraged by visiting www.lcbsc.org.

Riders of all ages and abilities from across the province will be in attendance. Spectators will even have an opportunity to watch professional riders as they compete for a win.

The Lake Country Board and Ski Club is a non-profit family oriented club that promotes towed water sports and boating safety in the Okanagan. New members are always welcome. For more information www.lcbsc.org  and  www.wswbc.org.

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