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August Figure Skating Newsletter

By Erika Roberts, 08/30/22, 12:30PM MDT


Competition & Test Results, Jans Winter Welcome, Club ice registration open, Upcoming events

Park City Ice Arena Updates

Have questions or concerns? Here are the answers on where to go!

Fall Freestyle schedule began 8/15

Please always check the online schedule as it is subject to change. The tentative Park City Ice Arena Fall freestyle & off-ice schedule is below. Remember, all Ice Arena sessions must be registered for and paid through Park City Ice Arena and are separate from FSCPC club ice sessions which are paid to the club.

Monday: FS 5:30am; 6:30am; 7:30am; 8:30am; 3:30-6:15pm Club ice

Tuesday: FS 5:30am; 6:30am; 7:30am; 8:30am; 9:45am

Wednesday: FS 5:30am; 6:30am; 7:30am; 8:30am; 3:45-5:15pm Club ice

Thursday: FS 5:30am; 6:30am; 7:30am; 8:30am; 9:45am

Friday: FS 5:30am; 6:30am; 7:45-8:45am Off-ice; FS 9:15am

Saturday: FS 6am; 7-9am Club ice; 9:15-10:15am Off-ice

Fall Off-ice

Dance classes for figure skaters at the MARC will be on Tuesdays in the fall beginning after Labor Day.


3-4:15pm Advanced Dance

4:20-5:20pm Intermediate Dance

Fall Off-ice at Park City Ice Arena

For the school year, off-ice classes at Park City Ice Arena will be held on Friday and Saturday morning. Rink off-ice classes are taught by our Figure Skating staff and vary in content from off-ice jumps, strength & conditioning, creative movement, and yoga & stretching.

These classes are drop-in and require pre-registration online, same as freestyle sessions.

Fridays: 7:45-8:45am

Saturdays: 9:15-10:15am


Skating Academy Classes begin after Labor Day

Our Skating Academy classes are the best place to start your skating journey! Join our outstanding instructors for so much fun on the ice!

Early Fall
Wednesdays 5:30 - 6:15pm
Sept. 14, 21, 28, Oct. 12, 19, 26

Saturdays 9:15 - 10am
Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1, 8, 22, 29

Late Fall
Wednesdays 5:30 - 6:15pm
Nov. 2, 9, 16, 30, Dec. 7, 14 

Saturdays 9:15 - 10am
Nov. 12, 19, Dec. 3, 10
***4 week Class***

Register for Freestyle sessions

PLEASE pre-register for Freestyle sessions. The coaches do check in for each session and it takes time away from lessons when there are so many skaters not registered.

Figure Skating Club Updates



Figure skating development program focused on skill building, including jumps, spins, skating skills, synchronized skating, introduction to ice dance.

  • Day/Time: Mondays 5:30-6:15pm
  • Recommended Age: All ages welcome with permission of a coach
  • Skating Level: Basic 3 - working on an axel
  • Cost: $238 ($17 per session)

Bunny Hops

Figure skating early skills development program focused on early skating skills, including jumps and spins.

  • Day/Time: Mondays 5:30-6:15pm
  • Skating Level: Snowplow Sam - Basic 3
  • Recommended Age: 3 - 5
  • Cost: $238 ($17 per session)



This is a group class just for our youngest club members. Skaters must have a current club membership to participate. With a focus on FUN, skaters will work on developing the skills necessary to progress as a future figure skaters.

  • Day/Time: Wednesdays 3:15-3:45pm
  • Skating Level: Snowplow Sam - Basic 3
  • Recommended Age: 3 - 6
  • Cost: $192 ($12 per session)

NEW!! Major-Hops

This is a group class for skaters who have an axel and at least 1 double jump through skaters working on triples. Similar to the Friday group class, skaters will work with coaches on jump or spin technique as well as other important skating skills in a collaborative environment.

  • Day/Time: Wednesdays 3:15-3:45pm
  • Skating Level: Preliminary - Senior
  • Cost: $192 ($12 per session)

Low Freestyle Program

This developmental program focuses on skating skills, beginning jump & spin technique, and "freestyle 101" (preparing/teaching skaters to safely skate on freestyle sessions).  Participating skaters should not yet have an axel jump. The program includes one 30 minute on-ice class that will vary in focus from week to week and one 30 minute off-ice class.

  • Day/Time: Wednesdays 4:45 - 5:15 pm (on-ice), 5:30 - 6:00 pm (off-ice)
  • Skating Level: Free Skate 1 through No-Test (pre axel)
    • Must obtain permission from the club or assistant club coordinator (Tiffany McNeil or Erika Roberts) to register.
  • Max 16 skaters
  • Cost: $323 ($19 per session)
    • NOTE: punch card skaters may use 3 punches to drop in for the class if space is available.

Club Drop-In Policy and Rates

2023-2024 Season: Session 2 Club Ice Schedule

Day Session Dates Time Sessions Cost Black Out Days
Monday 1/8 - 5/20 3:30-4:00pm 14 $63.00 1/15, 2/19, 3/4, 4/15, 4/22, 4/29
Monday 1/8 - 5/20 4:00-4:30pm 14 $63.00 1/15, 2/19, 3/4, 4/15, 4/22, 4/29
Monday 1/8 - 5/20 4:30-5:00pm 14 $63.00 1/15, 2/19, 3/4, 4/15, 4/22, 4/29
Monday 1/8 - 5/20 5:00-5:30pm 14 $63.00 1/15, 2/19, 3/4, 4/15, 4/22, 4/29
Aspire 1/8 - 5/20 5:30-6:15pm 14 $238.00 1/15, 2/19, 3/4, 4/15, 4/22, 4/29
Monday Bunny Hops 1/8 - 5/20 5:30-6:15pm 14 $238.00 1/15, 2/19, 3/4, 4/15, 4/22, 4/29
Wednesday 1/10 - 5/22 3:15 - 3:45 16 $72.00 2/21, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1
Mini/Major Hops 1/10 - 5/22 3:15 - 3:45 16 $192.00 2/21, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1
Wednesday 1/3- 5/22 3:45-4:15pm 17 $76.50 2/21, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1
Wednesday 1/3 - 5/22 4:15-4:45pm 17 $76.50 2/21, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1
Wednesday 1/3 - 5/22 4:45-5:15pm 17 $76.50 2/21, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1
Low Freestyle Program 1/3 - 5/22 4:45-5:15pm on-ice; 5:30-6pm off-ice 17 $323.00 2/21, 4/17, 4/24, 5/1
Saturday 1/6 - 5/18 7:00-7:30am 14 $63.00 2/17, 2/24, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4
Saturday 1/6 - 5/18 7:30-8:00am 14 $63.00 2/17, 2/24, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4
Saturday 1/6 - 5/18 8:00-8:30am 14 $63.00 2/17, 2/24, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4
Saturday 1/6 - 5/18 8:30-9:00am 14 $63.00 2/17, 2/24, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4

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Welcome to Jans Winter Welcome 2023!



JANS Winter Welcome (JWW) is the premier fundraising event supporting youth winter sports programs in Park City. Each year, the Youth Sports Alliance teams up with our local sports programs to raise vital funds to support more than 2,800 kids training with seven YSA-supported competitive winter sport programs and participating in YSA's after-school programs, Get Out & Play and ACTiV8. 400 prominent members of the local community, the snow sports industry, and friends from across the country, mingle, dine and bid on auction items, while raising more than $400,000 to support teams and fund scholarships for junior athletes.


JWW is by far our biggest and most successful fundraiser of the year and the Figure Skating Club of Park City would not function as well as it does without JWW.  Our fundraising needs to cover essential and non-essential expenses top $40,000 every year and our membership dues only cover a small portion of that expense.  Funds from this event, including our opportunity drawing ticket sales and event tickets, not only help pay for essential fees and general expenses, but also fund a large portion of the Spring Show, subsidize weekly club ice fees, help cover the costs for clinics, competitions and test sessions, help pay for club parties and the annual banquet, and send coaches to PSA conferences and other learning opportunities.  

YSA gives back to our club 100% of our fundraising earned through Opportunity Drawing Tickets and Auction Donations.  This fundraiser has the potential to cover most of our club expenses and make fundraising the rest of the year a breeze.  However, for this to be successful we need everyone to get involved and do their part.



A Silent and Live Auction will take place at the JWW Gala.  The silent auction items will also be available online the week leading up to the event.  Do you have a business contact, friend, or family member that would be willing to donate their business services and/or products? How about a vacation rental or time share? We are looking for as many items as possible with a value of $50 or higher and 1-2 (or more!) high value items with a value of $2500 or higher.  Remember, our club receives 100% of the proceeds from the auction items’ final bids.  Club members will also receive fundraising credits for the final bid price of auction items they secure. These funds are essential to our club’s success!

How to submit a donation:

  1. Fill out an Auction Donation Form

Go to JWW Silent Auction Donation Google Doc

  1. Once you have secured a donation, please contact Angie Lampert at or (913) 219-4780 to arrange for donation drop-off/pick-up and to make sure you receive your fundraising credit for the item.


In addition to collecting silent auction items, we need to sell as many Opportunity Drawing tickets as possible!  Our awesome team has put together some great prizes for the Top 3 sellers!

Top Seller: First Pick of Holiday Show Song, Pie in the Face of a Coach & Ice Cream for you and a friend at Cold Stone Creamery

2nd Top Seller: Pie in the Face of a Coach & Ice Cream for you and a friend at Cold Stone Creamery

3rd Top Seller: Pie in the Face of a Coach

Prizes will be awarded to the top finishers as of October 27th.  

A flyer is available on the fundraising page of FSCPC website that can be shared with friends and family.  The link to purchase opportunity tickets online is: and also can be found on the fundraising page of the FSCPC website. 

This year's opportunity drawing grand prize winner is headed to a week-long trip to Paris, France for the 2024 Summer Olympic Games. The package for two is reserved from August 6, 2024 to August 12, 2024. Dates may potentially be adjusted based on availability.

Intermountain Health Opportunity Drawing Package includes:

  • Six nights hotel accommodations for two people at a hotel centrally located in Paris

  • $2000 total transportation credit

  • $1000 per person credit ($2000 total) to use toward Olympic ticket purchase

  • Daily Full Breakfast at hotel

  • Private Half-day tour for two people. Tour choices include Classic Paris, Gourmet Food, City of Lights at Night,
    and Paris Gardens Tours. Includes transportation on Metro and private bilingual guide

  • Private roundtrip airport transportation 

  • Welcome pack with Official Summer Olympics and French Commemorative Gifts, Maps, Travel Essentials and more

  • Pre-trip Planning Services, Customized Travel Itinerary & Event Informational Packet

Buy 2 or more tickets and you will be entered into a drawing for a complete ski package from JANS that includes skis, bindings, boots and poles of your choice.


There is one opening for a FSCPC athlete to represent our club on stage at the JWW fundraising event, greet arriving guests, and solicit funds from guests. This opportunity is appropriate for skaters in 5-6th grade, who are comfortable interacting with adults and mature enough to serve in this role. To be considered for this great opportunity, please, have your athlete submit a short essay (up to 1 page) about why they should be considered to represent our club. The essay should cover: what you love about our club, why you believe our club is worthy of community support and donations, how you see yourself interacting with guests the evening of the event, and a few examples of how you might approach guests to sell Opportunity Drawing tickets the night of the event. Essays should be emailed to by September 13th.


*If you’d like to attend the gala on October 28th, table and individual ticket sales are live at: .

*Keep an eye out for more information regarding volunteer opportunities for the event in September.

*Please reach out with any questions to Angie Lampert at or (913) 219-4780.


Congratulations National Solo Dance Final Qualifiers!

Congratulations to these awesome club members and associate members who finished in the top 6 in the Pacific Coast section of the National Solo Dance Series to qualify for the National Solo Dance Final in Santa Clarita, California in September! We are so proud!

Hadley Miles- Pre-Gold Pattern Dance 2nd, Junior Combined 4th

Chloe Taurel- Junior Combined 3rd

Associate Members:

Evie Jones - Pre-Silver Pattern 1st, Intermediate Combined 3rd

Dimi Jones- Pre-Silver Pattern 3rd, Intermediate Combined 6th

Chase Rohner - Pre-Silver Pattern Dance

Congratulations to Sam- the Ida Tateoka Intermediate Best Performance Award winner

At Copper Cup, Sam won  the Ida Tateoka Intermediate Best Performance Award. So awesome! Congrats!

Congratulations to Brynn - QUADRUPLE Gold Medalist

Brynn Roberts passed her Senior Solo Free Dance with Distinction this month, making her a US Figure Skating QUADRUPLE Gold Medalist. Congratulations!

Glacier Falls Summer Classic Results- NQS

July 27-31, 2022
Anaheim, CA

Combined Events
Senior Women
Brynn Roberts 7th

Intermediate Men
Trevor Meeboer 4th

Intermediate Women
Group A
Kate Pressgrove 1st
Luca Mishurda 10th
Lyndsey Zhanow (associate member) 17th

Group C
Sam Shuflit 3rd

Short Program
Juvenile Boys
Dash Williams 2nd

Juvenile Girls
Autumn Boyd 5th
Stacy Sheffert 9th

Free Skate
Juvenile Boys
Dash Williams 3rd
Ollie Mathews 5th
Leo Ribauldo (associate member) 6th

Juvenile Girls
Autumn Boyd 5th
Sosie Sheffert 15th

Pre-Juvenile Girls
Group A
Madison Lampert 14th

Group B
Kenzington Brady 4th

Preliminary Girls
Ryder Williford 6th

Preliminary/Pre-Juvenile Character
Kenzington Brady 2nd
Ryder Williford 3rd
Madison Lampert 5th

Pre-Juvenile Emotional
Kenzington Brady 1st

Silicon Valley Open Results - NSDS & NQS

San Jose, CA
August 5-6, 2022

Ice Dance
Sam Shuflit & Dimi Jones (associate member) 1st

Solo Dance
Pre-Silver Pattern
Evie Jones (associate member) 1st

Intermediate Combined
Evie Jones 1st

Copper Cup Results - NSDS & NQS

August 10-13, 2022
Salt Lake City, UT


Kenzington Brady 1st

Dash Williams 1st

Awstyn Knight 1st


Violet Hawkins 1st

Ryder Williford 2nd

Kenzington Brady 1st
Madison Lampert 2nd

Awstyn Knight 1st

Basic Skills
Snowplow Sam
Zoi Wayman 1st

Basic 3
Polina Marinenko 3rd

Free Skate 1 Group B
Campbell Voorhees 4th

Free Skate 6
Rylan Williams 2nd

Free Skate
Pre-Preliminary Excel
Violet Hawkins 4th

Pre-Preliminary Boys
Zacheri Wayman 2nd

Ryder Williford 1st

Kenzington Brady 4th
Madison Lampert 5th

Juvenile Boys
Dash Williams 2nd
Ollie Mathews 3rd

Juvenile Girls
Sosie Sheffert 2nd
Autumn Boyd 3rd

Combined Events
Intermediate Women
Sam Shuflit 1st
Kate Pressgrove 2nd
Luca Mishurda 10th
Awstyn Knight 17th
Zoey Ayers 21st

Junior Women
Hannah Baldwin 5th

Senior Women
Brynn Roberts 1st

Solo Dance
Pre-Silver Pattern
Evie Jones (associate member) 1st
Dimi Jones (associate member) 2nd

Silver Pattern
Chloe Taurel 2nd

Juvenile Combined
Darya McGill 4th

Intermediate combined
Evie Jones (associate member) 1st
Dimi Jones (associate member) 3rd
Eva Biskup 6th

Junior Combined
Chloe Taurel 5th

Cranberry Cup Results- NQS

August 8-13, 2022
Norwood, MA

Juvenile Boys 
Louie Mallane 1st

August tests passed

Brynn Roberts - Senior Solo Free Dance with Distinction

Morgan Heavrin- Tango with Honors, American Waltz, Rocker Foxtrot, Silver Dance Test, Kilian with Honors

Scout Witt- Intermediate Free Skate

Hannah Baldwin - Junior Free Skate

Alyssa Thornsbury- Junior Moves

Neva Buckley - Pre-Preliminary Moves

Junior Board End of Summer Party fun

Thank you to the Junior Board for organizing a super fun BBQ for our members and thank you to the Knight family for hosting!

Patty Stark Skater Encouragement Fund Scholarship Application

We are very fortunate to have the support of a generous donor who has provided scholarship opportunities for our skaters.

We currently have an open scholarship opportunity for a female skater who identifies as an ethnic minority in an underrepresented group in figure skating. This scholarship is to encourage the dedicated minority female figure skater to continue advancing within USFS, but who may be unable to reach their goals due to financial limitations. This is a need-based scholarship intended to support and encourage underrepresented minority skaters to continue in the sport and help them reach their figure skating goals.

Scholarship information:

This scholarship consists of $5,000 for one figure skater who is a member of the Figure Skating Club of Park City. The following criteria will be used to guide selection of the skater to receive the scholarship fund:

1. A skater who likely will continue advancing within USFS evidenced by dedicated practice, personal discipline, punctuality at training sessions, having achieved the USFS qualifying level, therefore, eligibility for advancement within USFS competition;
2. Biological female
3. Skater is a member of an ethnic minority group with low representation in figure skating
(e.g., Hispanic, Black, Native American, Subcontinent).
4. Demonstrates financial need to continue in the sport.

Deadline: September 1

Click here to Apply

Please contact San San Wu Reynolds if any additional questions:

Sherwood Invitational Results - NQS

August 26-28, 2022
Sherwood Ice Arena
Sherwood, OR

Juvenile Boys
Louie Mallane 1st
Dash Williams 2nd
Ollie Mathews 5th

Juvenile Girls
Autumn Boyd 5th

Intermediate Men
Trevor Meeboer 2nd

Intermediate Women
Kate Pressgrove 1st

Novice Women
Camille Sibley 8th

Junior Women
Hannah Baldwin 5th


Squadlocker - FSCPC team gear

We can always add additional items so if there is something specific you are looking for, please email Erika at

Is anyone interested in taking over FSCPC swag? This is a great volunteer job!

Save the Date - IIA test session at FSCPC

Mark your calendars for our Intermountain Interclub US Figure Skating test session on October 21 & 22. Talk to your coach to see if your skater will be ready to test!


SAVE THE DATE! The Junior Board is planning a super fun Halloween Carnival for Saturday, October 29th at Park City Ice Arena.

Mark your Calendars for our annual Holiday Extravaganza!

Our Holiday Extravaganza will be Friday, December 16th at 6pm followed immediately by a Cosmic Skate. Stay tuned for details. Sign ups will open in November and music selections are first-come first-serve.