Membership includes both SCNY and U.S. Figure Skating for the year July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022
Dear Skating Club of New York Members,
We hope that you are all doing well and are ready to kick off the new season. The skating year starts July 1, 2021 and runs through June 30, 2022.
You can begin your new season renewal NOW. For this year, in recognition of the difficult year that many of our members and their families faced, we are keeping the reduced membership fees that we instituted last year.
MEMBERS RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS:
- U.S. Figure Skating membership
- Subscription to "SKATING" Magazine for the first family member
- Reduced price for skating members at SCNY test sessions
- Permission forms for use in testing and/or competitions and exhibitions
- Ability to purchase club ice time
- Opportunity to purchase SCNY Club Jacket and other SCNY logo merchandise
- Opportunity to participate in club events
After you sign up for the new season you can purchase SCNY jackets and the Lululemon and ivivva shirts, hoodies and zip pullovers by clicking on the merchandise tab on the membership site.
Please note that The Skating Club of New York is committed to creating a safe and positive environment for members' physical, emotional and social development and ensuring that it promotes an environment free of misconduct. To further this goal, the Club requests the cooperation and agreement from all members, coaches, skaters, officials and parents, even if they are not Club members themselves. In order to renew membership, you will be asked to agree to the Safe Sport and Code of Conduct statements. There is a free course designed for the parents of athletes of all ages, which explains the issues of misconduct in sport and helps parents ensure their children have a positive and safe sport experience https://www.athletesafety.org/training/index.
As you renew your membership, please consider adding a donation to The Skating Club of New York Scholarship Fund. The Fund was created to foster the development of the club's competitive Singles, Pairs and Dance skaters by helping to subsidize some of the skaters' training expenses.
The Skating Club of New York