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CRC Member Clubs

Currently, the seventeen clubs listed below are members of the Capital Regional Council. Clicking on any of the club names will take you to information about that club, and a link to the club's web site, if any.

Baltimore FSC Hampton Roads FSC
Benfield Pines FSC Gardens FSC of MD
Bowie FSC Ice Club of Baltimore
Charlottesville FSC Ice Club of Washington
Chesapeake FSC Richmond FSC
Columbia FSC SC of Northern VA
Frederick FSC Tidewater FSC
Fredericksburg FSC Washington FSC

Baltimore Figure Skating Club

www.baltofsc.org

The Baltimore Figure Skating Club has been providing ice skating programs for over 60 years to the Baltimore area as a non-profit, volunteer organization. We are committed to developing and promoting amateur figure skating in our area... from Beginners to National Champions.

The Baltimore Figure Skating Club
P.O. Box 66003
Baltimore, Maryland 21239-6003

Phone: 410-218-1037

Email: board@baltofsc.org

Benfield Pines Figure Skating Club

No Current Contact Information

Bowie Figure Skating Club

www.bowiefsc.org

Our goal is to promote the art and science of figure skating through proper instruction and practice, while encouraging the all around growth of the individual skater.

Charlottesville Figure Skating Club

The Charlottesville Figure Skating Club (CFSC), founded in 1997, was established to serve the entire figure skating community of Charlottesville and the surrounding area. CFSC is a non-profit member club of the United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA). Our goal is to foster and encourage the development of figure skating, while cultivating a spirit of camaraderie among our members. We welcome all skaters, including those still participating in classes offered by the Charlottesville Ice Park Skating School.

Charlottesville FSC
PO Box 6636
Charlottesville, VA 22906-6636

Email: SUZSHARON@aol.com

Chesapeake Figure Skating Club

www.chesapeakefigureskatingclub.com

The Chesapeake Figure Skating Club at Ice World, Inc. is a nonprofit organization formed in 1996 with the opening of our home rink at Ice World in Harford County, Maryland. Our purpose is to support the development and quality of amateur ice skating here in the Chesapeake Bay region of Maryland. We are a charter club member of the United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA) and our meetings are generally held at Ice World.

Columbia Figure Skating Club

columbiafsc.mmwebserver.com

For more than twenty-five years the Columbia Figure Skating Club (CFSC) has provided area skaters with opportunities to pursue recreational and competitive skating. CFSC is a not-for-profit member club of the United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA) and the Capital Regional Council of Figure Skating Clubs. The Home Rink of the Columbia Figure Skating Club is the Columbia Ice Rink, located in the Oakland Mills Village Center in Columbia, MD.

The Columbia Figure Skating Club of Maryland, Inc.
P.O. Box 302
Columbia, MD 21045

Frederick Figure Skating Club

No Current Contact Information

Fredericksburg Figure Skating Club

No Current Contact Information

Hampton Roads Figure Skating Club

No Current Contact Information

Gardens Figure Skating Club of Maryland

www.gardensfsc.org

Ice Club of Baltimore

www.iceclubofbaltimore.com IC of Baltimore Logo

The Ice Club of Baltimore is the oldest figure skating club in the city. It is for skaters of all ages - from beginners to advanced levels. We meet and skate every Saturday from 9:30 am till 12:30 pm from mid September through early May at the Northwest Ice Rink (5731 Cottonworth Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209, tel 410-433-4970). Skaters can take advantage of group lessons in moves in the field, freestyle and dance.

ICOB Contact:
Sukon Kanchanaraksa
6103 Pimlico Road
Baltimore MD 21209

Phone: 410-358-5920

Email: skanchan@jhsph.edu

Ice Club of Washington

Richmond Figure Skating Club

www.richmondfsc.com

The Richmond Figure Skating Club is a member club of the United Skates Figure Skating Association and is located in Richmond, Virginia. The club serves the figure skating community by:

  • Encouraging the instruction, practice, and advancement of its members in compulsory figures, free skating, pairs skating, dancing, precision, and all types of figure skating.
  • Encouraging and cultivating a spirit of fraternal feeling among ice skaters.
  • Sponsoring, producing, or cooperating in the production of amateur ice carnivals, shows and competitions.
  • Performing such other acts as may be necessary, advisable, proper or incidental in the realization of the objects and purposes of the Richmond Figure Skating Club.

Richmond Figure Skating Club
PMB 110
9702 Gayton Road
Richmond, VA 23233-4907

Email: info@richmondfsc.com

Roanoke Figure Skating Club

No Current Contact Information

Skating Club of Northern Virginia

www.scnv.org

The Skating Club of Northern Virginia is located in Fairfax, Virginia with principal rink facilities at the Fairfax Ice Arena.

Tidewater Figure Skating Club

tidewaterfsc.freeservers.com

Tidewater Figure Skating Club (TFSC) draws members predominantly from Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, and Williamsburg, Virginia. Our aim is to foster the sport of competitive figure skating and the advancement of our members of all ages and skill levels, providing educational opportunities, test sessions, exhibitions, and competitive events. Formed in 1974, TFSC hosts over 150 members, including Special Olympics skaters. TFSC is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit group; donations to the club are tax deductible.

Contact: Mary Munley, President

Washington Figure Skating Club

www.wfsc.net

The Washington Figure Skating Club (WFSC), founded in 1938, is a member of the United States Figure Skating Association. The purpose of the WFSC is to foster and encourage the development of figure skating. The club's activities are designed to serve a full range of figure skating interests. The WFSC manages regular skating sessions with qualified professional Instructors and provides the opportunity for USFSA sanctioned testing at all levels.

Please direct questions regarding this web site to Tom Black .

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Last Updated: 2/6/2009