Kids soccer season going ahead

“It’s not going to look like our previous seasons,” says TinaMarie Ritter, with Slave Lake Minor Soccer Association.
The season doesn’t start until May 17, so the restrictions may change, but the association decided to plan the season based on the current restrictions for outdoor recreation.


Props for dealership

Slave lake Chrysler announced last week that it has been named a 2021 CarGurus Top-Rated Dealer.
According to a March 16 news release, these awards are given to car dealerships that have a 4.5-star average rating or higher and at least four verified customer reviews submitted on the CarGurus platform in the last year.


Icedogs back in their natural habitat (indoor ice)

As reported in this space a week ago, the Slave Lake Icedogs got back to practicing on indoor ice on Feb. 22. It’s not exactly normal, but as head coach Gregg Kennedy says, any indoor ice is better than none at this point.
One reason he said that was because the temperature that day was well above freezing and the outdoor rinks were in bad shape.


Sit-down dining gets a passing grade

An informal poll of a few Slave Lake restaurants last week revealed a range of experiences when it comes to the return to sit-down dining. It went from “really good,” to “very slow.”
As for the customer reaction to strict COVID protocols (which are a condition of being allowed to re-open), the range was not as great. It went from “some customers don’t want to do it,” to “everybody is very respectful.”