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Make the Central Pennsylvania Figure Skating Club your home for great skating benefits, fun and friendship. Whether you are new to skating or have been skating for years, we love welcoming new members to our club and together we have promoted the sport of figure skating in the central Pennsylvania area for over 25 years.
Thank you to our committed volunteers!
Congratulations to CPFSC Member, Graham, who has earned the U.S. Figure Skating SILVER graduating senior award, which recognizes student-athletes who have worked hard to pursue figure skating while maintaining their academics.
Graham will attend Penn State University and plans to continue skating in college.
We are so proud of him and wish him the very best!
U.S. Figure Skating and Learn to Skate USA are joining forces to expand the Axel Club, a free recognition program that celebrates skaters who land the Axel jump.
Learn to Skate USA and U.S. Figure Skating members who land their Axel are encouraged to apply to the Axel Club. Inductees will receive an official Axel Club membership certificate, a recognition gift, listing on the Axel Club Hall of Fame page on Learn to Skate USA and U.S. Figure Skating websites and the opportunity to be featured in Axel Club marketing materials.
Members who landed their Axel more than one year ago are encouraged to join the Axel Emeritus Club, a recognition program celebrating skaters who could successfully land the Axel jump at one point in time. To join, skaters must be either an active member of Learn to Skate USA or current full member of U.S. Figure Skating and name a witness who can verify that the skater could successfully execute an Axel.
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As a new figure skating family, you’re preparing to embark on the journey of a lifetime. From the first steps on the ice to the Olympic podium, U.S. Figure Skating is there every step of the way. For many parents, it begins with the notion that they want their children to learn how to skate, but where to start?
And where does it go from group lessons? As kids develop their skills and want to use them in recreational and competitive activities, parents should know what opportunities are available
and what would be a good fit for their own kids.
These guides provide information on figure skating to assist parents as they support their children in their development and participation in this sport and will equip you with the tools to enjoy your child’s skating experience while making it fun and valuable for everyone involved.