This Week in SCNV

In this issue …

  • Scholar Award Deadline 9/23
  • Send Offs 10/3
  • Junior Board News
  • Club Ice News
  • Blue Ridge Classic & USFSA Championship Series Presented by Toyota – Volunteers Needed!
  • Did you know?!

Scholar Award Deadline 9/23
For our annual academic recognition of our skaters whom completed 7th grade or higher last school year, scholar award applications are due 9/23. Click here to apply. Questions? Please contact for assistance.

Send Offs 10/3
We look forward to seeing everyone who has registered for the send offs.  Please look for information about the schedule to be posted soon.

Junior Board News
The SCNV Junior Board is intended to promote camaraderie, add voices, and provide leadership opportunities for our middle and high school age skaters. The members of the Junior Board practice responsibility, compassion, dedication, time- management, and other positive traits through their efforts to assist the Club with activities and new ideas, while serving as role models for younger skaters. The Junior Board is comprised of skaters in 7th through 12th grades, who wish to serve our club while developing leadership skills. The Junior Board is not limited in size, so every SCNV skater in these grades is welcome to be on it. If you or a skater you know is not already involved with the Junior Board, please contact for more information.

Club Ice News
Open registration for discounted Freestyle sessions on Sunday mornings and Monday evenings, plus a coach led Solo Pattern Dance (SPD) class with Christine Valente open to all levels. Club Ice begins 9/12 and 9/13! All club dates including club ice are posted on our live club calendar (see here).

Please note that a completed application including payment is needed for successful registration. Club Ice subscribers enjoy additional benefits as Full members at SCNV. Further details can be found here. Questions? Please contact

Blue Ridge Classic & U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series Presented by Toyota – Volunteers Needed!
It’s time to head over to Leesburg next month to make our competitions safe, memorable and fun! Volunteers are needed to run both events. Please click here for instructions on how to volunteer through U.S. Figure Skating’s Event Management System (EMS). Please contact for assistance.

Did you know?!
U.S. Figure Skating continues its centennial celebration in 2021. Check out our organization’s history online at

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