THE BRICK HOUSE Betties are always welcoming new players as they continue to grow the game of roller derby in the Comox Valley.

Brick House Betties seek new talent

Youth and adults both welcome to join women's roller derby club

 

 

 

The Brick House Betties welcome new skaters to join their women’s roller derby team.

Are you age seven to 17 and keen to join roller derby? The Brick House Betties’ Junior League is recruiting and we want you!

Boys and girls interested in learning to roller skate are invited to join the Betties on Monday nights at the Cumberland Recrerational Institute.

Bring your skates and safety gear (helmet, mouthguard, elbow/wrist/kneepads, water bottle) and wear sports-comfortable clothing.

Don’t forget to bring a positive attitude! Need gear or can’t make the date? Contact us ahead of time: www.brickhousebetties.com/juniors or www.facebook.com/BHBJuniorRollerDerbyLeague.

Adults (18 an over) interested in roller derby can join the Betties this Sunday, Sept. 15 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the CRI for their Fresh Meat Intake. Bring your skates and safety gear.

Learn to skate and join the fastest growing, most fun sport on the Island! More info is at www.brickhousebetties.com and on Facebook.

 

– Brick House Betties

 

 

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