CFSC is proud to announce the launch of our new website.
We’ve designed our new home with skaters, coaches, and families in mind and anticipate you will appreciate the more contemporary format and ease of use. Over time, we will integrate even more new features, but below are some things that will get you started:
- The old site will no longer be updated. All new information will appear at this site ONLY. (Did you know you can subscribe – look to the top-right on the sidebar? As a subscriber, you will receive an email when new posts occur.)
- We’re still moving. The old site will remain active for at least 30 days to allow you to download any information you would like to keep. Most of the info will appear here as well, but just in case something you love doesn’t make it, we want to give you an opportunity to save your favorite memories.
Sincere thanks to the numerous dedicated members, who over the years, nurtured and managed the old site so that CFSC members had timely access to important information and could celebrate each others’ successes. We look forward to doing more of the same as we incorporate social media and move to a new platform. Questions? Suggestions? Contact me.
The behind-the-scenes team of the Holiday Season Competition is ready to go and excited to welcome you to the OSU ice rink next Saturday. As many of you know, depending on your arrival time, traffic and parking may be of concern. Recently we send an email with detailed information about traffic and parking, but a few of those bounced back. So, we’re posting it here, too.
If you haven’t already, double check the online searchable schedule to confirm your events. If you have any questions about your events, please contact Mel Shilling
And, if you are a local parent or family member and haven’t scheduled your volunteer time, Jen Beck would love to hear from you.
Good luck to skaters and coaches as you prepare for the competition in these last few days.
Two CFSC members recently competed at US Figure Skating’s Midwestern Sectionals. To qualify for Sectionals, a skater must place among the top four skaters at his or her level at Regionals. The top four skaters at Sectionals, then qualify for Nationals. (US Figure Skating organizes the country into Regions and Sections.) Intermediate skater, Jonathan Butler, attends Olentangy High School and is 14 years old. He placed 3rd at Regionals and 11th at Sectionals. Novice skater, Livvy Shilling, attends Ohio Virtual Academy and is 15 years old. She placed 1st at Regionals and 5th at Sectionals.
Dream of gliding effortlessly on the ice? Looking for a clever holiday gift? Need to just get some physical activity this upcoming winter?
CFSC’s Group Lessons begin January 27, 2013 from 12:30 – 1:30. We offer lessons in Singles skating and Ice Dance. Both are a terrific way to learn the basics of skating and will enhance your on ice skills for figure skating and hockey!
Winter 2013 Group Lesson Details
2012 Troy Team Trophy
For three of the past four years, skaters from CFSC have earned and brought home the Troy Team Trophy from the Troy Summer Skating Competition each July! Pictured here is a small group of the 30+ skaters who represented CFSC at the Troy Summer Skate this past July. Watch for this trophy, as well as the two previously earned trophies, to be housed in a new trophy case at the OSU Skating Rink one day soon!