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Summer Figure Skating Figure Skating Summer 2008 August 2008 Director: 2008 Figure Camp Julia Rey The Summer 2008 Figure Skating Camp is un- der the direction of the Rink at Old York Road’s Figure Skating Director Mrs. Julia Rey. Skating Julia is a triple gold medallist, 6 time U.S. Na- tional Competitor, and Eastern Sectional Cham- pion. She was a US Team member represent- Camp www.oyrsc.org Elkins Park, PA 19027 8116 Church Road ing the U.S. at various international competitions. When skating competitively, Julia was trained by top internationally known coaches, including the last 5 years at the University of Delaware. Mrs. Rey specializes in dance, moves in the field, power stroking/edges and choreography. WHAT DO I WEAR? Here is a list of recommended and required ar- ticles that the students should come to all classes with: Change of Clothes for off-ice activities. Warm jacket, pants and hat, mat or towel Summer 2008 A pair of gloves is REQUIRED One Week Camp: Helmet for beginners (REQUIRED for August 18-22 all skaters ages 6 & younger, loaner helmets are available at rink) Serving the Locker Rooms will be provided to change. Community Since 1956 Private Lessons (Formally the Old York Road Skating Club) Private instruction is available during all of The 8116 Church Rd Elkins Park, PA 19027 Rink at Old York Road’s practice sessions and At the Corner of Church Rd & Old York Rd (Rt. 611) public skating sessions. Lesson times are subject to availability and should be arranged www.oyrsc.org 215.635.0331 directly with the Professional. Private lesson fees are not included with any programs and are paid directly to the Professional. ‘08 Figure Skating Camp Level Track Description Summer 2008 Figure Skating Camp The Rink at Old York Road would Students enrolling in the Summer 2008 Figure like to welcome you to our Summer Name: __________________________________ Skating Camps will have the opportunity to 2008 Figure Skating Camps. This choose one of the following three Tracks. Please Address: ________________________________ program is a complement to our choose which best suits the student: Learn to Skate program for children City: _____________ State: _____ Zip: _______ who want to receive more intensive Track 1: Basic 1 thru Basic 8 Home Phone: _____________________________ figure skating training. Track 1 is designed for those skaters who are Our Summer Camps are a unique opportunity Work Phone: _____________________________ currently working on Basic Skills in preparation for students to increase competency for the freestyle level. Date of Birth: _________________ Age: _______ through a program of class exercises, and a competitive team approach to On-Ice Activities: The camp offers 3 hours of Contact Name: ____________________________ improving skills. We offer substantial ice time with at least 1.5 hours on-ice instruction ice time, while recognizing the per day which includes stroking, forward and Email: __________________________________ importance of fun and recreational backward crossovers, edges, three turns, Previous Level Completed: __________________ aspects of ice skating. Mohawks, as well as interpretive and introduction to freestyle classes. The camps have been designed for both Freestyle skaters and those skaters at the US Off-Ice Activities: 2 hours of off-ice instruction PROGRAM ENROLLMENT Figure Skating Basic 1 through Basic 8 levels. per day includes stretching, aerobics, ballet, The Figure Skating Camp will be staffed by The games, and arts and crafts. Check Session(s): Aug. 18-22nd, 2008 Rink at Old York Road’s Professional Figure Skating Staff. Lunch WILL NOT be provided. Track 2: Freestyle Check One: Campers will need to bring their own lunches. Track 2 is designed for those skaters who have Track 1: Basic 1-8 passed the Basic 8 class and are currently Track 2: Freestyle skating at the Freestyle level. Camp Dates & Times Track 3: Competitive FS On-Ice Activities: The camp offers 3 hours of Mon. thru Fri.: 9AM - 3PM ice time with at least 1.5 hours on-ice instruction PAYMENT & CONSENT INFO per day, which includes spins and jumps, moves in the field, stroking, footwork, interpretive, $199.00 due with Application (per week) Summer: August 18-22 Please make checks payable to: choreography and style classes. THE RINK AT OLD YORK ROAD Off-Ice Activities: 2 hours of off-ice instruction Please Circle one: Camp Fees per day includes stretching, aerobics, strength and conditioning, ballet, games and arts and crafts. Cash Check Money Order Visa MC Credit Card #: ______________________ Exp Date: ________ Amex $199.00 IN CONSIDERATION OF THE PARTICIPANTS AND HIS OR HER PARENT(S) BEING PERMITTED TO REGISTER THE PARTICIPANT IN FOR THE LEARN TO SKATE PROGRAM WE DO HEREBY Track 3: Competitive Freestyle FOREVER RELEASE AND DISCHARGE THE RINK AT OLD YORK ROAD AND YORK ROAD RECREATION, INC., ITS OFFICERS, AGENTS, EMPLOYEES AND ANY PERSON, PARTNER- SHIP OR CORPORATION CONNECTED HEREWITH COLLECTIVELY “OYR” FROM ALL MANNER OF ACTION, INJURY, DAMAGES, COSTS, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS WHICH WE SHALL OR MAY (Per one week camp) Track 3 is designed for those skaters who are in HEREAFTER HAVE SUFFER OR RECEIVE BY REASON OF SUCH PARTICIPATION IN CLINIC. THIS RELEASE SHALL BE BINDING ON OUR HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, EXECUTORS For more information, contact Figure Skating Freestyle 6 and above and are looking for a AND ADMINISTRATORS. Director, Julia Rey, at 215.635.0331 or more competitive track. On-ice and Off-ice ____________________________ _________ firstname.lastname@example.org activities will be similar to that of Track 2. Signature of Parent or Guardian Date
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