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Feature Article - June 28, 2007

Sydenham Lake Canoe Club opens 2007 season

On July 18 the Sydenham Lake Canoe Club took to the waters on Sydenham Lake for the 2007 season, their 10th year of operation since taking overfrom the Cataraqui Canoe Club in 1997. A good turn out for the opening day found many new members join the club, especially those in the Atom class (ages 7-9). As well, the return of a number of Master class paddlers to the club was a welcome addition.

Sydenham Lake Canoe Club is still accepting membership for the 2007 season. Children 7 years of age and up are invited to try out the sport. Young adults and older are also invited to give Sprint Canoe & Kayak a try.


SLCC offers atwo-week course called “Canoe Kids” for those wishing to try the sport out.Kids always have the option to continue on for the season if they like.

Ladies War Canoe crew needed: Sydenham Lake is also looking to put together a ladies War Canoe crew. We need at least 15 paddlers to field a crew, those interested should be 13 years of age or older including adults. The cost for the War Canoe course is only $50 for the entire season. War Canoe training is held on Wednesday evenings throughout the summer. Get in shape and keep in shape!

For those interested in membership with the Sydenham Lake Canoe Club, including Ladies War Canoe, are asked to call Erik or Kimberley Miazga at 613-376-3654 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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