The Line Creek Community Center’s ice rink is one of three such indoor rinks in the Kansas City area that are open year-round. It’s not as crowded during the summer months, which delights some skaters of the rink at 5940 N.W. Waukomis Drive in Kansas City, North — skaters such as 13-year-old Alina Raines. “That’s the nice thing about being here in the summer,” the Clay County resident says. “I have plenty of room to experiment, and if I fall, no one sees me. If I do well, no one sees me either.”
The Line Creek Community Center’s ice rink is one of three such indoor rinks in the Kansas City area that are open year-round. It’s not as crowded during the summer months, which delights some skaters of the rink at 5940 N.W. Waukomis Drive in Kansas City, North — skaters such as 13-year-old Alina Raines. “That’s the nice thing about being here in the summer,” the Clay County resident says. “I have plenty of room to experiment, and if I fall, no one sees me. If I do well, no one sees me either.” Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
The Line Creek Community Center’s ice rink is one of three such indoor rinks in the Kansas City area that are open year-round. It’s not as crowded during the summer months, which delights some skaters of the rink at 5940 N.W. Waukomis Drive in Kansas City, North — skaters such as 13-year-old Alina Raines. “That’s the nice thing about being here in the summer,” the Clay County resident says. “I have plenty of room to experiment, and if I fall, no one sees me. If I do well, no one sees me either.” Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

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