Ellis Gottschlich helps the Juneau Skating Club kick off its annual recital, with this year's theme being "Heroes and Villains," at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Ellis Gottschlich helps the Juneau Skating Club kick off its annual recital, with this year's theme being "Heroes and Villains," at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Juneau Skating Club celebrates ‘Heroes and Villains’

  • Tuesday, April 12, 2016 1:01am
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The Juneau Skating Club performed its annual spring program, the theme being “Heroes and Villains,” on Saturday at Treadwell Arena. Adults and children, plus guest skater and international performer Courntey Hicks, took their turns entertaining bleacher-filled crowds.

Emcee Pam Leary closes out the first act during the Juneau Skating Club's "Heroes and Villains" show at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Emcee Pam Leary closes out the first act during the Juneau Skating Club’s “Heroes and Villains” show at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Guest performer and international competitor Courtney Hicks leans back on her blade edges while performing to the song Amazing Grace at a Juneau Skating Club performance at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Guest performer and international competitor Courtney Hicks leans back on her blade edges while performing to the song Amazing Grace at a Juneau Skating Club performance at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Olivia Gardner wears a Cat Woman costume while performing during the Juneau Skating Club's "Heroes and Villains" show at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Olivia Gardner wears a Cat Woman costume while performing during the Juneau Skating Club’s “Heroes and Villains” show at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Kara Hort wears an Iron Man costume while performing during the Juneau Skating Club's "Heroes and Villains" show at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Kara Hort wears an Iron Man costume while performing during the Juneau Skating Club’s “Heroes and Villains” show at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Katie McKenna starts her performance as mild-mannered reporter Clark Kent during the Juneau Skating Club's "Heroes and Villains" show at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Katie McKenna starts her performance as mild-mannered reporter Clark Kent during the Juneau Skating Club’s “Heroes and Villains” show at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Grace Walli, center, portrays the X-Men character Mystique while performing during the Juneau Skating Club's "Heroes and Villains" show at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

Grace Walli, center, portrays the X-Men character Mystique while performing during the Juneau Skating Club’s “Heroes and Villains” show at Treadwell Arena on Saturday.

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