Due to increasing interest in our Basic Skills Group Lessons program, CFSC is looking for a Basic Skills Coordinator.
Are you organized? Think you would enjoy sharing the joy of skating with parents and skaters new to the sport?
CFSC needs your special talents to coordinate its Learn to Skate program. (A small stipend is offered and will be discussed individually with candidates.)
Consider supporting the club and growing the sport of figure skating by clicking and reading the Basic Skills Coordinator Description below! Questions: Contact Tricia Privette, our incoming CFSC President.
Good Luck at the Ann Arbor Springtime Invitational!
We’d love to see CFSC skaters in action. Please share your pictures, and we’ll post them here. Have fun and may all your hard work shine!
Caroline Beck stands with her coach, Jennifer Tieche (back), and judge Barbie Holland.
CFSC member, Caroline Beck, recently passed the Preliminary Figures test. Very few figures tests are taken throughout the country each year. In fact during the 2011-2012 season, there were only five Preliminary Figure tests, one Second, one Fourth, and one Fifth Figure test. Congratulations to Caroline, her coach, and her family. Keep up the great work!
Gretchen Bonnie as been reelected for a second year as the Coordinator of the Administrative/Legal Group of US Figure Skating and in this role serves as a member of the Board of Directors. She is responsible for oversight of the Audit, Compensation, Ethics, Finance, Grievance, Rules, Sanctions and Eligibility, and Strategic Planning Committees. She is now the second member of CFSC to serve on the Board of Directors. Fritz Meyers, an honorary member of CFSC, was the Midwestern Vice President several decades ago. Congratulations Gretchen! You provide our club with important current knowledge about figure skating so that the CFSC Board can better serve our membership. Gretchen has served as Vice President of our CFSC Board and next year will be the Rules Chair of our Board.