200 Curley Avenue Coler
Phone of President Susan Kilduff: (218) 244-7940
Club's facebook: emeraldicefigureskatingclub
Remind App: Text 81010 with code @emeraldice
Club's email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Club's postal address: Box 664, Coleraine MN 55722
Club's drop-off box: slot in entrance of the arena.
PLACE YOUR AD IN THE ANNUAL SHOW PROGRAM (same form & price as 2020)
EIFSC strives to meet the needs of each skater.
It is our goal to provide a skating environment that fosters both recreational and competitive skating and to promote skating as a lifelong sport.
The EIFSC Board meets on the
second Sunday of every month, 6 pm at the Arena.
Meetings are open to all and
club members are encouraged to attend.
President: Susan Kilduff 218-244-7940
Vice President: Pam Cochran 218-910-8264
Secretary: Celeste Sondergoth 507-213-4241
Treasurer: Robbi Hansen 218-259-7631
Board Member/Test Chair: Emily Major 218-290-5376
Board Member: Angie Thoennes 218-259-7185
Board Member: Sandy Hubbard
Head Coach: Lisa Kangas 218-256-4667
Arena Director: Pat Guyer 218-245-3525
Volunteerism is Required
SIGN UP: Volunteers are needed throughout the year and depended on for the club to be successful. There are sign-up sheets for these Event Committees: Spring Ice Show, Test Session, Fall Fundraisers, Concession Stand, and more, such as National Skating Month, and Costume Hand Out.
* BUTTER BRAID SALE AND MN BRANDS FOR GOOD
Each family must raise at least $50 with the sales, or just pay $50. Sales are in Oct-November.
* CONCESSION STAND
Working at concessions gains the program money.
* ANNUAL SPRING SHOW
The spring show is the biggest fundraiser held in March.
Season Begins in Mid-October; Ends in Mid-March
Greenway Rec ice figure skating is for girls and boys
ages 3 (potty trained) to 18.
Skaters are NOT limited to a geographic or school district area.
The program includes group and individual lessons during winter.
Group lessons take place at the Hodgins-Berardo Arena on Sunday and Monday evenings, and Wednesday and Saturday mornings, from mid-October through mid-March.
Costs range from $50 (Tiny tots) to $150 (Seniors); fees are double for skaters not in ISD #316. Show costumes are $55.
Skating Fun Day
This is the final day of skating before show practice starts.
Popcorn and hot chocolate are provided and badges for the year are passed out. Skaters are invited to bring a friend.
At the culmination of each skating season, club members showcase their learned skills in an annual ice show.
Show Solo Requirements
Seniors automatically get solo. Solos are selected based on the skaters MIF and Freeskate levels. Highest levels get option at solo. Skaters can opt out and do a duo if preferred.
The number of solos will vary every year, based on the amount of Basic Skills and Junior Club groups.
This meeting is a combined awards meeting for the skaters and a fiscal board meeting for all parents and EIFSC board members.
All skaters present are acknowledged by highlighting their accomplishments.
An Ice figure skating school is held in June.
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