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Mission Statement

The purpose of the club is to foster figure skating on ice in all its branches; to encourage and cultivate a spirit of fraternalism among ice skaters; and to carry out the general policies and objectives of the United States Figure Skating Association.

Description

Cutting Edge Figure Skating Club (CEFSC) was organized in 2006 by parents interested in further developing the figure skating program at the Pleasant Prairie IcePlex, located in the village of Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, just north of the Illinois border. The club began managing the IceStars synchronized skating teams with the 2006-2007 season.

CEFSC was incoporated as a non-profit organization in the state of Wisconsin in the spring of 2007, received 501(c)(3) tax exempt status as a public charity in July, 2007, and was approved as a provisional member club with the United States Figure Skating Association (USFS) that same month. Since then, CEFSC has fostered the sport of figure skating for both individual figure skaters and synchronized team skaters by offering sanctioned USFS test sessions to eligible USFS member skaters, and both USFS and ISI synchronized skating instruction and competitions to our members. The club currently has over 50 skating members participating in both individual figure skating and synchronized team skating. Cutting Edge FSC was elected to full club membership in United States Figure Skating at the 2008 USFS Governing Council annual meeting held in Denver.

We are proud and happy to watch our skaters' developing skills and enjoying the sport of figure skating.

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http://cuttingedgefsc.org

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