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In the Loop 2013-2014 Winter Session, Issue Three, February 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The London Skating Club is proud to announce that on Friday, February 21, 2014, at the Canadian Synchronized Skating Championships that were held in Burnaby, BC, London’s very own, Synchronicity Intermediate Synchronized Skating Team from the London Skating Club skated to a great come back finish winning the Gold Medal at the Canadian Championships and becoming the National Champions of Canada for two consecutive years!
The team is coached by Traci Wells who now can add the 2014 National title to her long list of championship titles and medals throughout her years as a member of the London Skating Club’s synchronized coaching team staff.
The London Skating Club is also proud to announce that the Novice team, coached by Shannon Moxey of London, also achieved its Personal Best score for the season at these National Championships!
Both teams qualified earlier this month at the Regional Championships (Provincials) that were held in Waterloo, Ontario ...
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It’s show time and we need your help!
As you know the winter skating season end is fast approaching and preparations are well underway for the London Skating Club’s special winter ending events which are being held on Sunday, March 23rd, 2014 at Earl Nichols Arena, “C” Pad. There will also be a photographer on site to order those special skating photos!
8:15-1:05 Regular Prel/Junior, Senior & Adult sessions will run during this time
1:15-4:05 Junior Olympics – PreCanSkate, CanSkate and Preliminary Skaters
3:00-6:15 Junior/Senior skater’s seminar with Bryce Davison (World Bronze Pairs Medalist)
6:15-7:05 CanPowerSkate Seminar for all current CanPowerSkate skaters
7:15-9:05 Showcase featuring our very own Synchroncity Synchronized Skating teams, Adult Demonstration and Junior and Senior soloists.
The Showcase is also a fundraiser for not only the London Skating Club, but it also supports charities in the community – Jesse’s Journey and The London Chapter of Muscular Dystrophy Canada with the Silent Auction.
The London Skating Club is currently asking families within the club if they would like to donate an item(s) for the Silent Auction table.
Auction items can be dropped off at your child’s skating session, or to the London Skating Club office or we can pick it up. Please contact Kelly Farmer, Administration and Promotions Coordinator, London Skating Club, 519-681-2640 firstname.lastname@example.org, Click HERE to download a donation form.