Sunday, January 18th, 2015 

This is an opportunity for CFSC skaters and coaches to perform to music of their choice in front of a small audience. Many of our skaters like to use this performance opportunity to perfect their competition programs. We encourage all skaters to take advantage of this opportunity to show off their talents on the ice! Talk to your lesson instructor or coach for more information.

Skate for a Cause: Exhibition / Information & Skater Sign-up Form

Turn in this form to the "Exhibition" folder located in the top drawer of the filing cabinet. - remember to sign up on or Return Before, December 29th, 2014.  

The exhibition is run by the leadership team, which provides opportunities for our Senior Club High School skaters to see what goes on behind the scenes of running an ice exhibition. Some of the skaters also perform a program for the exhibition. There is no cost to the public. However, donations are accepted.

Every year the CFSC Leadership Team decides on a charitable organization or cause to raise awareness and donations for during the event. This year donations are being taken for:

JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes

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**2014 -Recap**
Thank you to all those who made donations during the Crystal Ice Exhibition. We would also like to thank all the skaters who participated. The CFSC Senior club planning team selected the Irvine Park Zoo as the organizaiton they wished to donate the proceeds from the exhibition. The total donations received were $$ and the CFSC club is adding to that dollar amount to make it and even dollar donation with a addition of a Brick with our club logo.

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**2013 -Recap**
Thank you to all those who made donations during the Crystal Ice Exhibition. We would also like to thank all the skaters who participated. The CFSC Senior club planning team selected the Chippewa Human Society as the organizaiton they wished to donate the proceeds from the exhibition. The total donations received were $97.00 and the CFSC club is adding to that dollar amount to make it and even $200 dollar donation to the Chippewa Humane society.

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