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CHE Hockey camps will look different, but they'll get kids moving

Hockey camps forge ahead

Summer camps have always been a great way to get the kids to drop the video game console, to get active and to give their parents a bit of a break.

The COVID-19 pandemic, as it has with nearly every other facet of life, has changed the summer camps are being conducted. That includes hockey camps, which are able to go ahead in B.C. this summer thanks to the province’s strong work in preventing the virus’ spread.

They will be nothing like they used to be, though.

Paul Crowley, who owns and operates CHE Hockey School, is going ahead with boys’ and girls’ camps over the next two weeks at Kelowna’s Capital News Centre. The kids will be able to get back on the ice, but the situation will be unlike anything they’ve experienced. The kids won't be going into the corner to fight for the puck, which is their instinct.

For more on this story, visit Okanagan Edge.



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