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Club Benefits

Joining the Idaho Falls Figure Skating Club (IFFSC) is the first step to becoming a more advanced skater. By becoming a member of the Idaho Falls Figure Skating Club, you will have a place to call home while training for United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA) tests, competitions, and many other sanctioned events including performing in IFFSC hosted shows, exhibitions, etc. In addition to performing, IFFSC also sponsors fundraising events, annual banquets, and a variety of social events designed to build lifetime friendships with other members who are passionate about and share the love of figure skating.

Members of IFFSC are provided with club exclusive ice time each week, where they can work on new skills or perfect already acquired skills. Professional Skater's Association (PSA) certified coaches are available to members who are interested in private coaching lessons in order to advance in the sport, prepare for competitions or testing sessions or simply to increase your abilities as a recreational skater.

By becoming a member of IFFSC, you will automatically become a member of the United States Figure Skating Association; the national governing body for the sport of figure skating. You will receive monthly magazines which will keep you informed of all of the latest skating news, up-to-date information on your favorite skaters, and even your own name may appear when passing USFS tests, etc.

ALL AGES AND SKATING LEVELS WELCOME!

Registration Form

All IFFSC members (new and returning) are required to complete a US Figure Skating Membership Registration form and pay membership dues prior to skating on IFFSC club ice.

All other consent forms can be found in the registration packet.

We will have a limited amount of registration packets at our IFFSC opening meeting please bring yours filled out and ready to turn in.

Volunteer Hours

Included in the registration packet will be a volunteer contract. Each family is asked to provide a minimum of 10 hours of volunteer time during the season or pay $100 dollars in lieu of volunteer time.

There will be a signup sheet available for volunteering prior to each skating event, including fundraisers. Each family will need to provide a postdated check in the amount of $100.00 that will be held by the club's treasurer and deposited in the club’s checking account at the end of ice season if volunteer hours have not been completed.

Those volunteers that have completed the 10 hours will receive their check back at end of the ice season. Memberships will not be accepted without this check.

Fees

Introductory Membership

  • $55 for the first family member for their first year (never having a USFSA Membership)
  • $50 for each additional introductory family member

Season Membership

  • $85 for the first family member (skating or non-skating)
  • $50 for each additional family member

Secondary Club Membership

  • $70

Collegiate Membership

  • $95 for the first year
    • $70 covers the USFSA membership for 4 years and a local club fee of $25 due each additional 3 years.

Club Ice

  • $250 for the season due by October 31st
  • $50 late fee if paid after October 31st