Search is on for local paddling team

The Fraser Valley Dragon Boat Club’s Crusaders are shaking off the snow and getting ready for a new season on the water.

The team is looking for strong and adventurous men and women interested in signing up. The Crusaders will start paddling on March 6, and continue each Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon, until September. For more information, call Manfred at 604-795-0550 or Kathy at 604-819-1676. They are hoping to build a team in the Agassiz Harrison area, made up completely of local paddlers. All levels of experience are welcome to join, and all ages.

Each team in the FVDBC races at several regattas through the year, around the province. Get more information on the club, and its individual teams, at

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