"Thanks for the interest, and we apologize," said Program Director Tami Ross. Due to the large number of returning gymnasts very few spots opened up this year, and the last spots were snapped up less than 10 minutes into Strut Your Stuff. The club would like to offer more programs and accommodate everybody, but cant book any more time at Myrtle Philip Community Centre. In addition, the club also has a shortage of coaches for this season, and is attempting to hire an administrator and recreational head coach.
"Were dong our best to get a permanent facility in Whistler, as well as more coaches, and if any parent wants to help they would be welcome on our facility committee," said Ross.
"We need a permanent facility to accommodate the interest weve been seeing, as well as to attract staff right now we have set up our equipment before and after every day of classes, and thats hard on our coaches and the equipment."
Spaces are still available for Whistler Gymnastics winter and spring sessions. Check the website, www.whistlergymnatics.com , in October for more information.
Whistler soccer team starts season with a win
Whistler FC, which plays in the nine-team Squamish winter soccer league, is 1-0 after defeating Khalsa 7-1 in their opening game.
Whistler FC has won the league for the past three seasons, as well as the last two playoffs.
For more information visit www.whistlerfc.com.
Rec Hockey team looking for players
The Scotia Novas, a Pemberton team playing in the Whistler Recreational Hockey League, is looking for players for the 2005-06 season. Games start on Sept. 19. For more information contact Dave Brown at 604-905-8438.