Crystal Ice Figure Skating Club (CIFSC) is a non-profit organization for area figure skaters who wish to skate for recreation, competition or to improve and develop skating skills beyond basic levels. Persons age eighteen or younger who skate at the Pre-Freeskate level or above may apply for membership in the club. The club provides ice time, testing, exhibitions, and an opportunity to participate in the ice show at K.B. Willett Arena.
Crystal Ice Figure Skating club requires membership in the United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA). The United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA) (http://www.usfsa.org) is the governing body of figure skating on ice in the United States. It is responsible for making and enforcing rules for the sport, and holding competitions and official tests. The testing and progress of skills/moves are designed for the competitive figure skater.
The club is governed by a constitution and by-laws which can be obtained from the CIFSC Board. CIFSC is managed by a board of directors consisting of nine people elected by club members. Members of the board serve a three-year term. Board meetings are held once each month during the skating season or as often as needed.