Annual Membership Meeting
June 1, 2023 7-8pm
Wayne County Public Library
MAY 22, 2023
All members and potential members are invited to our annual membership meeting on June 1st. We hope you will attend!
At this meeting, we will be discussing the current state of the WFSC, our hopes/goals for the coming year, and asking for your input. Members will be expected to vote in the election for new officers/board members. Potential members will have the opportunity to get membership information and have their questions answered.
Visit Members > Meetings > Minutes May 17, 2023 to preview some topics which will be discussed and see who will be on the ballot.
Please plan to attend!
Spring Exhibition Announced
MARCH 27, 2023
WFSC will present their spring exhibition "Hooray for Hollywood" at 3:30pm on Sunday April 23, 2022, at Alice Noble Ice Arena.
The performances will represent favorite moments from the movies. The program will feature WFSC figure skaters, as well as skaters from ANIA's Learn to Skate and Aspire programs.
Tickets will not be sold, but donations to the club will gladly be accepted. Flowers and teddy bears will be available for purchase. Also, refreshments may be purchased from ANIA concessions.
We hope to see you as we roll out the red carpet...
MARCH 4, 2023
Congratulations to our three competitors at Kent Skating for Skills 2023, who each brought home a gold medal! Amelia Mitchell (Free Skate 2), Eleanor Szymanski (Free Skate 5), and Ariel Severs (Free Skate 3). Thank you for representing our club at this competition.
USFS Triple Gold Medalist!
AUGUST 11, 2022
Congratulations to our own Lauren Gwinn for becoming a USFSA triple gold medalist! In earning a Solo Ice Dance gold medal, Lauren becomes the first triple gold medalist for Wooster Figure Skating Club and at Alice Noble Ice Arena. Previously, she has earned gold medals in Moves in the Field and Free Skate.
Lauren currently serves as WFSC club coach and director of Learn to Skate at ANIA.
We are all very proud of your incredible achievement, Lauren! Thank you for being an inspiration and role model to our skaters!
APRIL 23, 2022
Kendra fell in love with skating after attending a friend’s 6th birthday party at ANIA. She soon after joined learn to skate and the after school program at ANIA. She then started private lessons with Rachel Firm and began to test moves in the field and compete in freestyle skating. Kendra joined Cleveland Ice Storm in 8th grade and enjoyed synchronized skating for the rest of her high school career. When she joined she got on the intermediate team, and has since been on the novice and junior level team. During her senior year, she passed her senior moves and became a gold medalist skater. This upcoming year Kendra plans on attending Adrian College and has made their Collegiate level team, she is very excited for this new chapter in her life and skating career. She intends to double major in exercise science and social work
“Love your sport. Never do it to please someone else; it has to be yours. That is all that will justify the hard work. Compete against yourself, not others, for that is who is truly your best competition.”