In order to ensure all skaters have an equal chance of having their music played during package ice, we will be mixing up where we start our alphabetical order.
This week (Jan 15, 2023) we will be starting with the middle of the alphabet and from the end of the alphabet next week. The starting points will be marked in the rink monitor book.
In addition to going in order, rink monitors should take note of which skaters have been able to skate their programs more than other skaters and should adjust accordingly so that everyone has an equal opportunity to practice.
CISFC can make a difference in our community. Ring the Bell for Salvation Army, from Wednesday to Friday this week at Walmart from 4 – 8 pm. Please let us know who would like to sign up, date and time. Parents are also welcome to participate with their son/daughter.
Ring a bell… help change a life.
If you have club gear, wear it, but dress weather appropriate.
Yami H. Hill Phone: 715-342-6878 Cell: 715-572-3474
Each year we deal with SPAM emails sent to various club members. They look like they are from me, but they are not from my personal email account. Our club account, nor my personal account, have not been hacked.
Often these emails ask for you to contact me, that it is urgent. They sometimes request you purchase gift cards for a donation or reward.
Last year the club made a first attempt at using a digital music player in place of CDs. This year we have purchased a device strictly for this purpose and we need your help to try it out.
In order to play this year’s music electronically, we will need skaters or their coaches to upload a digital version of their solo, duet, artistic piece, and dance songs to the folder that matches their package.
The Downtown Stevens Point Holiday Parade will be on Wednesday, November 16 from 6:00-7:00. We are looking for a parent(s) willing to coordinate our club’s participation. Last year we also invited skaters from our Learn to Skate Program to join us and we had a great response.
The rink staff wants to remind everyone that when the weather is warm, the heat that comes in from the entrance doors creates condensation drips from the ceiling. The staff will do their best to minimize the impact of the drips, but skaters should be cautious on that end of the rink on warm days. Fixing this issue is part of the ongoing updates to the Willett.
There was a misprint on the Rink Monitor Schedule. Wednesday’s package will run from 6:00-7:00.