On Saturday, March 19 the Pincher Creek Figure Skating Club held their annual Ice Carnival at the Memorial Community Centre Arena. The turnout was excellent, with the performers flanked on both sides by full bleachers. The Ice Carnival had an international theme this year, with performances representing different nationalities through costumes and music, with everybody donning Canadian hockey jerseys and maple leafs in the finale.
Malhi also gave special mention to departing senior Taylor Wells. "This is Taylor Wells' last year. She is a senior, who has been with the club for many many years, since she was little. She has matured and come so far," said Malhi with tears in her eyes. "Its like watching your own children start, and then grow and mature, and become an amazing skater. And now she's going to go off into the world and figure out what she's going to do. So that's bitter-sweet. She's been an amazing asset to our club, and she is going to be greatly missed by everybody. By all of the kids."