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Fun evening making tie blankets and packing snack bags for the Ronald McDonald House. Thanks JBoard for planning this event!
2019 Regional Competitors- Danielle, Mimi, Grace and Reagan
2019 MN State Competitors- Seesy, Grace, Rose, Abby and Danielle
Rose and Abby
Novice Free Skate
3rd- MN State Bronze Medalist
Open Pre-Juvenile Free Skate
2nd- MN State Silver Medalist
Mimi and LMFSC President
Coach Gretchen and her students
The annual banquet is a time to recognize and celebrate our skater's achievements from the past year. Thank you to all the skaters, parents and coaches for attending!
Coach Beth and her students
Rachel and Coach Carol
Meghna, Reagan, Mimi, Marie, Annalise, Berit, Danielle, Julie & Jamie
Katelyn, Maureen, Meghan, Inga, Harriet, Natalie, Reagan & Dana (not pictured)
A huge THANK YOU to all the skaters, coaches and parents who helped make the 44th Annual Silver Skates Ice Revue a big success!
A huge THANK YOU to the many LMFSC Skaters who attended the JBoard Blanket Party, the hardworking Junior Board and the generous parents that donated supplies. Together, we created 9 cozy blankets and 150 Breakfast Bags to benefit families staying at the Ronald McDonald house in Minneapolis! Great Job LMFSC!
Paul Wylie, the self-professed “Ambassador” of figure skating, is a welcomed messenger to all who are witness to or feel the magic that happens when a skater’s blades touch the smooth surface of ice. With a perennial smile, Paul Wylie guided LMFSC skaters through a three-day skating clinic which included off-ice conditioning classes to enhance on-ice skills, private lessons to focus on nuance, and a friendly competition to practice interpretative skills. During his time at LMFSC Mr. Wylie delivered a key note address, graciously answered questions and posed for pictures. The Olympic Silver Medalist shared stories about the challenges he faced both on and off the ice during his figure skating career. He spoke eloquently about how he learned to change his perspective of those challenges and create something positive that fueled his ambition and propelled him toward his skating dreams. He also spoke candidly about the challenge of balancing the responsibilities of life and the power of believing in yourself when others may not. Although his visit was brief, Paul Wylie’s generous spirit was inspirational. Dream big, work hard and believe in yourself. LMFSC is truly fortunate to have shared some of the magic with this beloved messenger.