Volunteers at Intermountain Classic who volunteer 5 or more hours will receive a FREE practice ice session for their skater at the competition.
Monday, 2/11 5-6:15pm
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Thank you to test chair, Margaret Baldwin and judge, Mary Ann Wilcox for a successful in-house test session on January 2nd. Congratulations to our athletes who passed tests and thank you to our awesome coaches!
Cheri Hendrix-Albertson- Pre-Preliminary Free Skate, Swing Dance, Pre-Bronze Dance Test
Sarah Reichel- Adult Bronze Free Skate
Lilia Stein- Preliminary Free Skate
Maddie Stinson- Dutch Waltz, Canasta Tango, Rhythm Blues, Preliminary Dance Test
Nathalie Seckinger- Cha Cha, Fiesta Tango, Swing Dance, Pre-Bronze Dance Test
Hadley Miles- Cha Cha, Fiesta Tango, Swing Dance, Pre-Bronze Dance Test
Morgan Carter- Cha Cha, Pre-Bronze Dance Test, Hickory Hoedown, Bronze Dance Test
Hannah Baldwin - Ten Fox, Willow Waltz, Bronze Dance Test
Hard work work most definitely pays off! We are very proud of of all of our athletes!
Attention all Skaters! Intermountain Interclub Association is partnering with the Utah Olympic Oval to Sk8 to Elimin8 Cancer on March 23 from 1-3pm!
If you would like to participate in this cancer fundraiser, the donation is $25 per person; this includes the entry fee to skate, walk or run the 5k, as well as a t-shirt! The theme is #skatetosuperpowers to carry on the theme of #nationalskatingmonth. Costumes are encouraged!
If you have have been affected by cancer or have a loved one that has had cancer, you are also are invited to skate a special solo (or group) performance in honor of your loved one. Programs will be 1:30 max, music and choreography are done on your own. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for this special solo and to provide your music selection. This solo is NOT an additional fee, however we do ask that these skaters register for the event and donate the $25 entrance fee. These solo’s will be on a first come first serve basis. Register at www.crowdrise.com/UtahSk8.
This just a friendly reminder from arena staff to throw away dirty tissues and snack wrappers in a trash can instead of on the floor in the lobby or in the hockey boxes. Thank you for helping keep Park City Ice Arena a pleasurable place to train!