1st Annual FSCB Figure Skating Competition
July 27th, 2013
(Entries must be postmarked June 28th, 2013)
The FSC of Bloomington would like to invite you to the 1st Annual Basic Skills, Well-Balanced and Test Track Competition.
We will be offering Free Skate, Compulsory and Basic Skills Events.
TCFSA Basic Skills Series
Online registration: http://comp.entryeeze.com/Home.aspx?cid=381
email contact: email@example.com
See you there!
The Spring Contract is now available on the CONTRACT page. The contract starts Monday June 10th, 2013 and runs through Thursday August 29th, 2013.
Volunteer hours for spring session must be turned in to the volunteer coordinator by Thursday May 23rd in order to receive volunteer vouchers.
Don't forget to order your BLADES ON BROADWAY video... take a peak at a short highlight video from our event.
To order, please go to: http://perkinsmediagroup.com/fscb/index.html
TWO great performances at Nationals in Senior Ladies (13th)
and Pairs (8th) with Taylor Toth.
Way to go!
The Figure Skating Club of Bloomington is offering an innovative discount buying program called B2 Deals that will help greatly with our fundraising. Thru email and smart phones, subscribers have access to discounts at over 280,000 locations nationwide, with over 2500 discounts within the Twin Cities. This program will save you money wherever your location. B2 Deals can be viewed online and with a free mobile app. Please check out the fundraising page for more details!
FSCB has joined Great Lakes Script Company to help skaters fund their ice costs. Many families are using the Scripts program to put their household shopping dollars to works. Just spend your regular shopping dollars with script at participating stores and you will earn money back.
Go to the FUNDRAISING page for more information!
The next FSCB Board meeting will be held on Thursday May TBD, 2013 at 7:00pm at BIG.
If you have an item you would like to add to the agenda, please contact the FSCB Board President, Scott Horsmann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of the best parts about figure skating is that it is a sport that can be shared across many ages. I love being able to see the joy and excitement that younger skaters constantly have while skating, which is why this interview is with one of our younger members. Grace is one of the younger skaters at the club. I was able to catch up with her after one of her sessions to get to know her a little better! You’ve probably seen her on our club sessions working hard on her jumps, spins and programs, with a smile on her face. Grace was very excited to share more about herself! She’s currently practicing for upcoming competitions this spring and looks forward to our annual ice show in March.
Age: I am 8 years old
When did you start skating? When I was 3 years old
Where did you start skating? Burnsville Ice Arena, south of the river.
What is your favorite part about skating? Picking Mary as my coach. This is one of my favorite memories in skating, so far.
Favorite jump? Waltz jump.
What was the best part about competing? The best part about competing would be the placements I received after skating my programs! (Grace placed third in compulsory and forth in the free skate.)
Favorite food? Chinese food.
What grade are you in? Third grade.
Where do you go to school? Sioux Trail Elementary in Burnsville.
Coach? Mary Lind Sebeck
Hobbies: Volleyball, drawing and skating.
Interviewed by Onia Gelecinskyj