December 20th Update:

The end of the 2020 LCSC Club Season is upon us! May 2021 be the light at the end of this dark tunnel! We cannot thank our LCSC Members and families enough for the support you have provided through this challenging year! We still have so much to learn and grow, but without you, we could not continue to be successful through it all!

December 14th Board Meeting Minutes:

Fundraising Update

Financial Update

Board Meeting Minutes

Please let us know if you have any questions about the Board Meeting Updates.

We appreciate your feedback.

LCSC Handbook Update:

The following has been added as an amendment to the LCSC Handbook under Chapter 3 - Club Policies and Procedures:


Code of Conduct

Please let us know if you have any questions regarding this addition to the Handbook. This change has also been updated to the Handbook on the LCSC website. Thank you again for your cooperation!

Important Reminders:

Fundraising Commitment -

ALL members are required to submit the full $350 Fundraising Commitment per family by the end of the 2020-2021 season. If any member should move or the Club is cancelled for any reason due to the current Covid-19 guidelines, this does not affect this requirement. If you have any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to reach out to us!

LCSC Members vs Non-members/Parents & Guardians -

There was discussion among the Executive Committee and Susi Wherli and Alan Wolf with US Figure Skating about the definition of a member. Members are those who pay the US Figure Skating fee, as well as the annual LCSC membership fee, which typically includes our skaters, coaches and Executive Committee members. All others are not considered members of either organization. This does not necessarily change the way we have held discussions within monthly board meetings and allowing parents to vote and speak on behalf of the skaters. However, we are just clarifying the definition and how we might be able to better address disciplinary actions, complaints and other actions against a member, for example. This is certainly something that may require further discussion, so please let us know if you have questions!