Join or Renew Membership
Club Jackets
GFSC Club Board
Junior Board
Club By-Laws
Professional Policy

Join or Renew Membership

Home club membership in The Gardens Figure Skating Club includes membership in the United States Figure Skating Association, as well as an annual subscription to their magazine – Skating.

Membership categories include:
– Home Club Member
– Additional Home Club Member
– Associate Member
– Collegiate Member
– Home Club Skating Professional
– Associate Club Skating Professional

GFSC members are eligible to participate in a wide variety of club-sponsored activities including competitions, USFS test sessions, shows, recitals and specialized skating clinics.

The membership year runs from July 1st, 2019 through June 30th, 2020.

NEW! Join or renew your membership online:

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Club Jackets

New club jackets are ready to order! Club jackets are a great way to keep warm at practice, test sessions and competitions while showing club support. They are also an excellent holiday gift item.

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GFSC Board Members

President & Competition Chair:
Cathy Lee

Susan Valett

Secretary & Membership Chair:
Shelley Smith

Test Chair:
Candy Kriner

Spring Show Coordinator:
Dorothy Jones-Davis

SkateSafe Chairs:
April North

Members At Large:
Marla Roche
Olga Nelson – Hospitality Chair & Lock-In Chair

Spring Show Director:
Jacques GilsonĀ 

Questions? Contact us.

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Junior Board

Volunteerism begins early. Teenage figure skater? Consider joining our junior board.

Contact us for more information.

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Club By-Laws

Updated 01/07/2017

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Professional Policy

The GFSC has a policy that the Board of Directors must approve Professionals wishing to teach on Club Ice in advance. In order to be approved, you will need to submit proof of insurance through ISI or PSA in the amount of $2 million, and proof of PSA membership, in addition to the club membership application (as home or associate member). All paperwork must be submitted to the Membership Chair who will submit your name for consideration to the Board. You must get approval from the Board before you are allowed to teach on club ice. Professionals must update this paperwork annually.

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