The Special Olympics is coming January 9th and we are looking for volunteers and donations.
We are also looking for intermediate and senior skaters to perform in the opening ceremonies. We will be practicing this Wednesday January 6th, 2016 after Canskate at 6:15pm-7:00pm (Seniors will skate from 7:10-8:50pm) and on Saturday at 8am. The Opening ceremonies will begin at 10am this Saturday.
Please check out the sign-up and donation sheets in the lobby at the rink.
We appreciate all the help we can get!! Thanks.
The girls had a great weekend in Potsdam with each of them earning medals. Congratulations Annika, Kadynn & Tori.
Results: Annika – 1st Compulsory moves, 2nd jumps, 3rd spins & solo. Kadynn – 3rd Solo & interpretive, 4th showcase, 6th compulsory moves. Tori – 1st compulsory moves & 3rd interpretive.
Tori Morin, Kadynn Morrison & Annika Squires will be competing this weekend Dec 12&13th at Potsdam Snowflake Competition.
Kadynn Morrison has been chosen to participate in the STAR Program – Phase Two initiative. Members of Skate Canada EOS were impressed with the level of skating and participation at the initial Clinic on Thursday, Nov 19th.
Kadynn will next participate in 2016 EOSIC in Whitby (Feb 19- 21) and be monitored on site by Greg Rochefort, EOS Technical Director and after her performance he will meet with her, her parents and Coach for a one-on-one session during the event weekend.
Kadynn is an intermediate skater at our club working on her Jr Bronze tests.
~ CONGRATULATIONS KADYNN !~
Congratulations to our skaters who passed their tests this past Friday Dec 4th in Morrisburg. Hannah Arthurs, Junior Bronze Elements, Sierra Hitsman, Junior Bronze Free, Jessica Madden Dutch Waltz and Canasta, and Makayla Markell, Gold Skills. Great job girls!!
“What a weekend!! So incredibly proud of Matthew! He put up a tremendous fight in his long this afternoon nailing everything! From 22nd place to 11th overall. He finished 6th in the long with a personal best score of 71.74 with a total of 103.20! Nationals here we come! Thanks to everyone who wished him well. Your support was amazing ” (Stephanie Markell – One proud Mom)
~GOOD LUCK MATTHEW!!~ Matthew leaves for Edmonton on Friday to compete at the 2016 Skate Canada Challenge. He will compete in the Novice Men’s division which will see him compete with 30 skaters from across Canada. Matthew is striving to place in the top 18 which will secure him a spot to compete at the 2016 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships to be held in Halifax the week of January 18-January 24, 2016. If Matthew qualifies from Challenge, this will be his first National championship.
PFSC would like to congratulate the following skaters that competed at the Kingston Invitational this past weekend.
Tori Morin- star 2
Annika Squires – star 2 bronze
Jada Tackaberry -star 2 bronze
Mallory Kirkby -star 2 bronze
Kadynn Morrison – star 3 gold
Hannah Arthurs – star 4 -2nd silver
Rylee Dennis – Jr Silver – 6th
Makayla Markell – Jr Silver – 8th
Makayla Markell -Silver Interpretive 3rd