Kids get schooled on skating during Stingray Day

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) - Tuesday was Stingray Day for kids at the Carolina Ice Palace. {} Rays head coach, Spencer Carbery spent the afternoon with former players teaching children how to ice skate. {}The scene and feel of the rink was much different than you would expect on a July day in the Lowcountry. {}The kids that came were decked out in long-sleeved shirts and jackets. {}Former Stingray Pierre-Luc O'Brien said it was great to get back on the ice. {} "When they fall you know, it's 'ah it's so hard,' well get up and keep going," said O'Brien. {} "That's the lesson for today you have to get up and keep going whether or not there is adversity. {}Get up and keep going."O'Brien said things down here in South Carolina are much different then his prior home in Canada, because most kids don't have access to ice rinks. {} He said he felt honored to be part of Stingray Day.{}