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                 HAWAII FIGURE SKATING CLUB




       2011 SKATE ALOHA
        ANNOUNCEMENT
16TH Annual Ice Skating Competition
         March 8 - 13, 2011

                         To be held at
                      THE ICE PALACE
                   4510 Salt Lake Boulevard
                     Honolulu, HI 96818

          ENTRY DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 2011




               FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
                           Chairperson
                          Suzanne Miller
                 email: kimberlynn_m@msn.com

Visit Hawaii Figure Skating Club on the web at: http://www.hawaiifsc.org
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
The sixteenth annual Skate Aloha competition will be held Wednesday, March 9, through Sunday, March 13,
2011 at the Ice Palace skating arena, 4510 Salt Lake Blvd., Honolulu, Hawaii. The competition will be
conducted in accordance with the rules of U. S. Figure Skating as set forth in The 2010/2011 Official U. S.
Figure Skating Rulebook, except as otherwise noted in this announcement. All official bulletins and notices
will be posted on the official bulletin board at the Ice Palace skating arena, and shall be considered sufficient
notice to all competitors, parents, professionals, and officials. Decisions by the referee on all matters will be
final. The referee, along with the chairpersons, shall have the right to exclude any person whose behavior is
unruly and/or is considered to be of an unsportsmanlike nature.

Admission: There will be no admission charge to enter the arena.

Arena: Ice surface measures 85' x 185' with slightly rounded corners. There are bleachers on one side which
seat approximately 500. Facility offers a snack bar. Locker rooms will not be available for competitors. The
temperature inside the rink runs approximately 50 degrees F. It is especially cold for early morning practice
sessions and competition.

Schedule: The competition schedule will easily fit into vacation plans. Official practice ice is available on
Tuesday, March 8, early morning or late afternoon with our welcoming Competitors Aloha Dinner early
evening. Competition on Wednesday and Thursday, March 9 and 10, 2011, will occur during the afternoon
hours into evening; on Saturday and Sunday, events will be held during the morning hours, starting as early as 8
am depending on the number of events
Eligibility/Test Qualifications/Age: The competition will consist of Free Skating, Compulsory Moves, Artistic,
Showcase, Spin and Interpretive events. These events are open to all eligible persons who are registered with
U.S. Figure Skating or Skate Canada, or who have a letter of permission from their Skating Federation. Skaters
in the non-test events (Menehune, Keiki, and Anuenue) need not be members of U. S. Figure Skating or Skate
Canada however they must be members of the Ice Skating Institute if they are not members of U. S. Figure
Skating or Skate Canada.

Test qualifications are in effect as of January 31, 2011, and shall determine the eligibility for all events. Any
skater, after entering the competition, who subsequently passes a Free Skating test which makes the competitor
ineligible to compete at the level entered, will forfeit their ability to compete and no refund of entry fees or
practice ice fees will be made. Skaters may compete at one level higher than their test level as of January 31,
2011. If a skater chooses to skate up one level, all entered events must be skated at the higher level.
        Exception to this rule: From Juvenile through Junior, a skater may choose to skate their Short Program
        ONLY at one level higher than the rest of the events entered.
The skater’s age as of the closing date of January 31, 2011 shall govern in all matters dealing with age.

Determination of an Event:
The referee and the competition committee reserve the right to combine genders and ages in all events where
permitted by the U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook. Siblings will be separated where possible.
Two entries constitute an event. In the event of a single entry, the event will be evaluated by the registrar, chief
referee and skater and one of these options will be selected
        1. the skater will compete against the rule book
        2. the event can be turned into an exhibition
        3. the event can be turned into a critique
Events with 12 or more entries may be divided into groups by age or draw. Menehune, Keiki and Anuenue
events will not exceed 8 skaters per group.

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Conduct of Events/Judging: The 6.0 system of judging will be used for all events.

Officials: Judges are selected from the official list provided by U.S. Figure Skating.
        Chief Referee:                Glen Chong
        Chief Accountant:             Arlene Sibrell
        Asst. Chief Accountant:       Robert Owen

Contact Information: For any questions or additional information on the competition, please contact:
   Chairperson:                     Suzanne Miller – kimberlynn_m@msn.com (808-888-0143)
Emails are preferred!

Internet Communications: Important information concerning Skate Aloha 2011 will be published on the Hawaii
FSC website. Please check it out regularly: URL: http://www.hawaiifsc.org . Competitors will be apprised via
email of important information, including notification when the tentative schedule of events and tentative
practice ice schedules have been posted on the HawaiiFSC website. Your email address must be included on the
entry form. Please ensure that it is spelled correctly and clearly.

2. ENTRIES
Method: Enter with secure online registration at http://www.hawaiifsc.org by January 31, 2011. Paper
entries must be received no later than midnight January 31, 2011. A processing fee of $25 will be
charged for paper entries. If submitting paper entry, payment of all entry fees must accompany
completed entry forms and certification forms. We recommend that you keep copies of all your
paperwork you send (including payment). If incomplete entries are received, you will receive an email
notification to obtain the needed information.

Entry Fees:
                    Event                            1st Event Entry Fee     Additional Event Entry Fee
 Menehunes, Keiki & Anuenue                                $45.00                    $30.00 each
 Pre-Preliminary, Preliminary,
 Pre-Juvenile, Juvenile, Open Juvenile,
 Intermediate, Novice, Junior, Senior,                     $75.00                    $30.00 each
 Adult Pre-Bronze, Adult Bronze,
 Adult Silver & Adult Gold
If submitting paper entry, the face amount of the check or money order MUST be in U.S. dollars and made
payable to HFSC-Skate Aloha. Returned checks will be assessed a $25 service fee per check.


Late Entries/Deadlines: Online secure entries must be completed by midnight January 31, 2011. Paper
entries must be received by the registrar no later than midnight January 31, 2011. Entries or changes to
entries after this date will be accepted at the discretion of the Referee and the Competition committee
and only if accompanied by an additional $25.00 late fee.


Refund of Entry Fees: Entry fees are refundable, minus the online processing fee, only if the competitive event
is not held, or if a skater withdraws from an event prior to the closing of entries on, JANUARY 31, 2011, unless
the competitor can demonstrate that failure to participate is because a death occurs in the immediate family of a
competitor. A $25.00 service charge will be assessed for medical withdrawals after close of entries. If you
register online, the processing fee is not refundable for any reason.


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Medical Releases: All minor age competitors must have on file a valid medical release authorization form in
case of illness or accident. If submitting paper entry, the Medical Release form is to be sent in with your
competition entry.

3. COACHES REGISTRATION / CREDENTIALS
In accordance with current rules, all U.S. coaches participating in this event must be registered with U.S. Figure
Skating. . We will provide all registered coaches with a credential. Every coach in attendance will be required
to check in at the registration table and must show a picture I.D. to receive their credential. We strongly
recommend that you also bring any registration confirmation materials. Coaches must wear their badge at all
times when coaching skaters at rinkside of a sanctioned competition. Monitors will be instructed to ensure that
anyone standing rinkside has their credentials. Skate Canada Coaches need to provide their Skate Canada
membership.

4. REGISTRATION/BULLETINS AND NOTICES
Registration: A registration desk will be established in the lobby of the Ice Palace arena on the dates of the
competition. All competitors are required to register, turn in music and be ready to skate at least 45 minutes
prior to the scheduled event. Events will not be delayed for skaters who arrive late.

Bulletins and Notices: An official Bulletin Board or wall space will be designated and maintained at the Ice
Palace. It will contain official information only. Notices posted here are considered sufficient notice to all
entrants. Check frequently for any change in the schedule or other notices.

5. MUSIC
For events requiring music, music will be by CD (no CDRWs) only, with one program per CD. The CD must be
clearly marked with the skater's first and last name, coaches’ name and the event. Music is to be turned in at the
registration desk at check-in time for the event. A second CD should be readily available at the actual time of
competition as a backup copy available with your coach. The CD turned in should be free from scratches and
smudges for the best result. The competition committee will take all reasonable precautions to safeguard your
CD; however, the committee will not accept responsibility for accidental damage. CDs may be picked up at the
registration desk after the event Hawaii Figure Skating Club is not responsible for music that is not picked up.

6. PRACTICE ICE
Skaters will be able to pick their own practice ice sessions online but you MUST indicate number of sessions
you want on the practice ice form or online when you register and you MUST pay for them with your entry
form or when you register online. You will receive an email with a PIN number in order to access your
practice ice records and select your sessions. Practice ice will be $10.00 if you pre-order the sessions. Practice
ice will be scheduled at the rink on Tuesday, March 8 and on each day of the competition. Please indicate the
number of sessions you would like online or complete the Practice Ice Reservation Form and return it, with
payment, with your competition application. We will allow additional practice ice sales online for $12.00 per
session after the schedule has been posted and those that pre-register for sessions have had time to select their
sessions. Additional practice ice will be available for purchase during the competition and will cost $15.00 at
the Registration Desk. You may also check the web site http://www.hawaiifsc.org .
Program music will be played on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday practice ice. Music will begin after a
five-minute warm-up. Because of time constraints, program music will not be played during practice ice on the
Saturday and Sunday of competition, if those days are used. Practice ice positions will be held for five minutes,
after which they will be released to standby skaters.




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                   Practice Ice Fees                                             Amount
                           Pre Paid Sessions –on or before 1/31/2011             $10.00
                           Pre Paid Session between 2/1 and 3/4                  $12.00
                           Sessions paid after 3/4/2011 and Walk ON’s            $15.00
                                       No refunds for no shows.

Practice Ice Contact:            Desi Duarte: sk8dad@hawaii.rr.com

7. AWARDS
Medals or ribbons will be awarded for all competitors. Awards will be given to each group; there will be no
final rounds. Please accept your award promptly after the results are posted so that all award winners may pose
for the group photograph.

8. PICTURES and VIDEO
Pictures: A photographer will be available for group and individual pictures.
Video: Videotaping services will be available.

9. PROGRAM BOOK
All competitors are asked to submit two (2) black & white 5 x 7 glossy photographs in a vertical pose, for inclusion in the
souvenir program book. Pictures must be labeled with the full name of the skater, name of home club, and the event and
level entered on the back of each photograph. A digital photo may replace one of the requested photographs (.JPG format
preferred), send via e-mail to kimberlynn_m@msn.com. Subject line “Skate Aloha pic”. You may pre-order a program
book and submit advertising on the Program Advertisement form.

10. COMPETITORS DINNER
The annual Skate Aloha Competition Dinner is scheduled for Tuesday, March 8, 2011. The dinner is a place
where all competitors can meet each other and spread a little aloha. There will be a registration table to receive
your goodie bag, pick up any pre-ordered items, purchase programs, meet your pen pal. Please sign up using the
reservation form included with this announcement. Cost $10.00 per person ages 6 and up. Children 5 years of
age and under, free.

11. PARKING
The parking lot at the Ice Palace is limited particularly on weekdays. There are many vendors in the mall and all
are very busy. Please consider the extra time needed to find parking when planning your arrival for the
competition.

12. TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS
There is not an official hotel or car packages. You can do better financially by booking an air/hotel/car package
through a travel agent. Most of the hotels are in Waikiki. The distance is about 25 min from Waikiki however
the traffic can take as long as 1 hour travel time from Waikiki.
The following web sites may help assist you with hotel, airfare, and additional on and off island activities:
         www.Waikiki.com / www.visit.hawaii.org (the Hawaii Visitors Bureau) / www.gohawaii.com
If you don't need a travel package and only need hotel reservations, listed below are central reservation numbers
for two hotel chains that have many different hotels in all price ranges in Waikiki. They are NOT "official"
hotels with special competition rates.
Resort Quest Hotels - (800) 922-7866           Has 13 hotels in Waikiki
Ohana Hotels - (800) 688-7444           Has 19 hotels in Waikiki

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If you do not wish to stay in Waikiki, but would like to be closer to the rink, the apartment hotel listed below is
very near Pearl Harbor and Pearlridge Shopping Center. It includes air conditioning, pool, color TV, free local
calls, refrigerator, stove, very basic dishes, flatware and pans, laundry facilities, and daily maid service. The
hotel takes Visa and MasterCard. It is approximately 10 minutes driving time from the skating rink and
approximately 3 blocks from the shopping center.
Harbor Arms - (800) 360-5556 (ask for Pat) FAX: (808) 488-8385 - http://www.harborarms.com


13. EVENT DESCRIPTIONS
General Rule: Feather boas or feather trim on any skating outfit is strictly prohibited and will result in a penalty!
U. S. Figure Skating /Skate Canada equivalents came directly from the Skate Canada Skating Programs
Coordinator and the Skating Programs Director with the most recent Skate Canada rule changes incorporated.
Canadian skaters, please read these carefully so that you are competing at the correct level.


                                Test and Age Requirements
 Event Level
 Menehune (meh-neh-hoo-nay)     The events below are open to skaters who have not passed the U.S. Figure Skating Pre-
 Little people from Hawaiian    Preliminary Free Skating test and no higher than the ISI Alpha test. (Have passed no
 folklore.                      higher than the Skate Canada CanSkate Stage 5 Badge.)
                                The events are open to skaters who have passed the ISI Beta test, but no higher than
 Keiki (kay-key)
                                the ISI Delta test and have not passed the U. S. Figure Skating Pre-Preliminary Free
 The Hawaiian word for child.   Skating test. (Must have passed no higher than the Skate Canada CanSkate Stage 6
                                Badge.)

 Anuenue (ah-noo-ay-noo-ay)     The events below are open to skaters who have passed the ISI Delta test but no higher
 The Hawaiian word for          than the ISI Freestyle 3 test and have not passed the U. S. Figure Skating Pre-
 rainbow.                       Preliminary Free Skating test.(Must have passed no higher than the Skate Canada Can
                                Skate Stage 7 Pre- Preliminary Badge.)
                                The events are open to skaters who have passed ISI Freestyle 2 but not Freestyle 5 tests
 Pre-Preliminary                and who have not passed the U. S. Figure Skating Preliminary Free Skating test. (Must
                                not have passed any Skate Canada Free Skating tests.)
                                The events are open to skaters who have passed the U. S. Figure Skating Pre-
 Preliminary                    Preliminary Free Skating test but not the Pre-Juvenile Free Skating test. (Must have
                                passed the Skate Canada Preliminary Free Skating test but no higher.)
                                The events are open to skaters who have passed the U. S. Figure Skating Preliminary
                                Free Skating test but not the Juvenile Free Skating test. (Must have passed the Skate
 Pre-Juvenile
                                Canada Preliminary Free Skating test but no higher than the Junior Bronze Free
                                Skating test.)
                                The events are open to skaters 12 years and under who have passed the U. S. Figure
 Juvenile                       Skating Pre- Juvenile Free Skating test but not the Intermediate Free Skating test.
                                (Must have passed the Skate Canada Junior Bronze Free Skating test but no higher
                                than the Senior Bronze Free Skating test or the Juvenile Competitive Singles test.)
                                The events are open to skaters 13 years of age and older who meet the same test
 Open Juvenile
                                requirements as Juvenile.
                                The events are open to skaters who have passed the U. S. Figure Skating Juvenile Free
                                Skating test but not the Novice Free Skating test. (Must have passed the Skate Canada
 Intermediate                   Senior Bronze Free Skating test or the Juvenile Competitive Singles test but no higher
                                than the Junior Silver Free Skating test or the Pre-Novice Competitive Singles test.)
                                Skater must be under the age of 18.

 Novice                         The events are open to skaters who have passed the U. S. Figure Skating Intermediate
                                Free Skating test but not the Junior Free Skating test. (Must have passed the Skate
                                                                                                                         6
                                   Canada Junior Silver Free Skating test or the Pre-Novice Competitive Singles test but
                                   no higher than the Senior Silver Free Skating test or the Novice Competitive Singles
                                   test.)
                                   The events are open to skaters who have passed the U. S. Figure Skating Novice Free
 Junior                            Skating test but not the Senior Free Skating test. (Must have passed the Skate Canada
                                   Senior Silver Free Skating test or the Novice Competitive Singles test but no higher
                                   than the Gold Free Skating test or the Junior Competitive Singles test.)
                                   The events are open to skaters who have passed the U. S. Figure Skating Junior Free
 Senior                            Skating test. (Must have passed the Skate Canada Gold Free Skating test or the Junior
                                   Competitive Singles test
                                   The events are open to skaters 21 years of age or older who have passed no higher than
 Adult Pre-Bronze                  the U. S. Figure Skating Adult Pre-Bronze Free Skating test, the standard U. S. Figure
                                   Skating Pre-Preliminary free skating test, or the ISI Freestyle 3 test. (Must not have
                                   passed any Skate Canada Free Skating tests.)
                                   The events are open to skaters 21 years of age or older who have passed the U. S.
                                   Figure Skating Adult Pre- Bronze Free Skating test and no higher than the U. S. Figure
 Adult Bronze                      Skating Adult Bronze Free Skating test, the standard U. S. Figure Skating Preliminary
                                   Free Skating test, or the ISI Freestyle 4 test. (Must have passed the Skate Canada
                                   Preliminary Free Skating test but no higher.)
                                   The events are open to skaters 21 years of age or older who have passed the U. S.
                                   Figure Skating Adult Bronze Free Skating test and no higher than the Adult Silver Free
 Adult Silver                      Skating test, the standard U. S. Figure Skating Juvenile Free Skating test, or the ISI
                                   Freestyle 5 test. (Must have passed the Skate Canada Junior Bronze Free Skating test,
                                   but not the Senior Bronze Free Skating test.)
                                   The events are open to skaters 21 years of age or older who have passed the U. S.
                                   Figure Skating Adult Silver Free Skating test and no higher than the Adult Gold Free
 Adult Gold                        Skate test, the standard U. S. Figure Skating Juvenile Free Skating test, the ISI
                                   Freestyle 6 test, or, prior to October 1, 1977, the Second Figure. (Must have passed
                                   the Skate Canada Junior Bronze Free Skating test, but no higher than the Senior
                                   Bronze Free Skating test.)


COMPULSORY MOVES EVENTS
Elements are skated in a program format, without music, incorporating all required moves in any order with
connecting steps such as stroking, crossovers, lunges, spirals, etc. Connecting steps are allowed between the
required elements. Compulsory moves may be less than, but must not exceed the maximum time allotted. A .2
deduction will be taken for each element omitted, repeated or added. This event will be judged on the overall
performance. One technical mark will be given. Program is to be skated with out music and shall consist of the
following elements listed in table below. Not all compulsory moves utilize the full surface of the ice, please
review table below. No additional jump or spin element will be allowed.


                Ice Description / Elements                                                                       Duration
Event           Use                                                                                              (min:sec)
                                        (MIN – Minimum, MAX – Maximum, REV – Revolutions)
                ½ Forward & Backward swizzles (double sculling – Skate Canada); 1 foot glide (right & left        01:15
Menehune              foot) Forward crossovers in both directions; 1 or 2 foot stop; Bunny hops (3 MAX).          MAX
                ½ Right forward outside three turns (MIN – 2); 2 foot spin (MIN 4 REV); Left forward              01:15
Keiki                 inside 3 turns (MIN – 2); Half Flip; T-Stop                                                 MAX
                ½ Forward outside spiral (right & left foot); Waltz jump;Toe loop or toe walley; 1 foot           01:15
Anuenue               forward upright spin (3 REV, with free leg knee level); Forward outside edges (MIN 3        MAX
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                     each foot)
                     Back inside edges (3 each foot); Toe loop or toe walley; Salchow; Forward inside spiral
Pre-               ½ (right & left foot); 1 foot forward upright spin with optional free foot position (MIN 4       01:30
Preliminary          REV)                                                                                           MAX

                   ½ Jump combination - waltz jump/toe loop (no change of foot & no turn in between); Flip          01:30
                       jump; Sit spin (MIN 4 REV); Forward spiral sequence - right & left foot (MIN of 3            MAX
Preliminary
                       spirals); 1 foot upright back spin (MIN 4 REV); Back outside three turns right & left foot
                       (MIN 2 each)
                   ½ Jump combination - flip, loop (no change of foot, no turn in between); Lutz; Combination       01:30
Pre-                   spin: camel to sit spin (no change of foot & 1 change of position) - MIN of 6 REV in         MAX
Juvenile               positions; Forward spiral sequence - right & left foot (MIN of 2 spirals); Camel spin (MIN
                       4 REV in position)
                   F   Spin combo with change of foot. Change of position optional (Must include camel,
Juvenile/                                                                                                           01:30
                   U   sit, or attitude positions MIN 5 REV each foot); Axel; Straight line step sequence;
                   L                                                                                                MAX
Open               L   Jump combination. Ladies: Layback (MIN 5 REV in position); Men: forward
Juvenile               camel (MIN 5 REV in position)
Adult Pre-         ½ 1 foot forward upright spin with optional free foot position (MIN 5 REV); Half                 01:00
Bronze               flip; Forward outside spirals (right & left foot); Waltz jump                                  MAX
Adult              ½ Forward inside spiral (right & left foot); Salchow; Sit spin (MIN 5 REV); Jump                 01:40
Bronze               combination - waltz jump, toe loop (no change of foot, no turn in between.)                    MAX
                   ½ Toe loop; Flip; Jump combination of two single jumps (no change of foot, no turn               01:40
Adult
                     in between); Combination spin - scratch to sit with no change of foot & one                    MAX
Silver
                     change of position (MIN 5 REV)
                   F Axel; Jump combination - consisting of a single & a double jump (no change of                  01:40
                   U foot, no turn in between); Lutz; Combination spin - with one change of foot & one
Adult Gold         L                                                                                                MAX
                   L change of position (MIN 5 REV, each foot)



SPIN EVENTS
Spins are skated in a program format, without music. The required spins may be skated in any order with
minimal connecting steps that will not be judged. Excessive additional elements will be penalized. This event
will be judged on the overall performance of the spins. (The more revolutions you have, in position, per spin,
the better.) One technical mark will be given. All spins utilize the half of the surface of the ice.


                        Ice
     Event              Use
                              Description / Elements
                              One foot forward upright spin (optional free foot)
     Pre-               ½
                              One foot upright back spin
     Preliminary
                              Sit spin
                              One foot forward scratch spin
                        ½
     Preliminary              Forward sit spin
                              Forward Camel spin




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                          One combination spin consisting of a forward camel & forward sit spin with
                     ½
                          no change of foot
     Pre-Juvenile         Forward scratch to back scratch spin
                          Forward camel spin
                          Forward sit spin
                     ½
     Juvenile/            Combination spin with one change of foot
                          Change of position optional.
     Open
                          Ladies: attitude or layback spin
     Juvenile
                          Men: forward camel spin
                          Sit change sit spin
                     ½
     Intermediate         Flying camel spin
                          Combination spin with 1 change of foot and 1 change of position
                          Layback or cross foot spin
                     ½
     Novice               Camel change camel spin
                          Combination spin with 1 change of foot and 1 change of position
                          Flying sit or flying change sit spin
                     ½
     Junior               Layback or cross foot spin
                          Combination spin with one change of foot and three changes of position
                          Flying spin of skater's choice
                     ½
     Senior               Combination spin with two changes of foot and two changes of position
                          Solo spin of skater's choice
                          One foot forward upright spin (optional free foot)
     Adult Pre-      ½
                          Two foot upright spin
     Bronze
                          One foot upright spin
     Adult           ½
                          One foot back spin
     Bronze               Sit spin
                          Camel spin
                     ½
     Adult Silver         Attitude or sit spin
                          Combination spin with no change of foot and one change of position
                          Layback spin
                     ½
                          Back scratch spin
     Adult Gold           Combination spin with only one change of foot and at least one change of
                          position


ARTISTIC FREE SKATING EVENTS
This event is to be artistic, interpretive, creative, and well balanced. Use your imagination. Skaters will provide
their own music. There is no restriction on music. Vocal music is acceptable. The selection must be within
time limitations as specified. A .2 deduction will be assessed if a skater exceeds the allotted time.
This is not a costume event. Skating attire is to be in accordance with U. S. Figure Skating rules. No scenery is
allowed. Props may not be used, unless they are carried throughout the entire performance! Speed, deep knee
bends, good edges, centered spins, and graceful movements are all important.
Judging: The program should be an integrated exploration of the music. It should not be merely a collection of
pleasing or spectacular moves with the emphasis being on skating skills. Credit for jumps will be based solely
on their choreographic effectiveness. There will be no credit for the difficulty of a jump. Judges will deduct .2
from their base mark for each illegal move performed. One mark will be given. U. S. Figure Skating officials
will judge this event.

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                   Description / Elements                                                                 Duration
 Event                                                                                                    (min:sec)
                                   (MIN – Minimum, MAX – Maximum, REV – Revolutions)
                   All half jumps plus Salchow, toe loop/toe walley. Only forward scratch and back         01:10
 Anuenue
                   scratch spins. No jump/flying spins allowed                                             MAX
                   Jumps are to be single or less (NO AXEL) No double jumps or jump/flying spins           01:40
 Pre-Preliminary
                   allowed.                                                                                MAX
                                                                                                           01:40
 Preliminary       All single jumps including Axel. No jump/flying spins allowed.                          MAX
                                                                                                           01:40
 Pre-Juvenile      All single jumps including Axel.                                                        MAX
 Juvenile/                                                                                                 02:10
                   All single jumps including Axel
 Open Juvenile                                                                                             MAX

                   All single jumps including Axel and one double jump, either alone or in                 02:10
 Intermediate
                   combination.                                                                            MAX
                   All single jumps including Axel, and no more than two different double jumps,           02:10
 Novice
                   either alone or in combination.                                                         MAX
                                                                                                           02:40
 Junior            All single and double jumps.
                                                                                                           MAX

                   All single and double jumps                                                             02:40
 Senior
                                                                                                           MAX
 Adult Pre-        Jumps are to be single or less (NO AXEL). No Lutz, Axel, double jumps or flying         01:40
 Bronze            spins are permitted.                                                                    MAX
                   Jumps are to be single or less (NO AXEL). No Axel, double jumps or flying spins         01:40
 Adult Bronze
                   are permitted.                                                                          MAX
                                                                                                           01:40
 Adult Silver      Jumps are to be single or less (NO AXEL). No jump/flying spins allowed.
                                                                                                           MAX

                   All single jumps including Axel.                                                        01:40
 Adult Gold
                                                                                                           MAX


SHOWCASE EVENTS
Category is general entertainment. Entries in this category can be comedic, theatrical, or light-hearted in nature.
This is a costume event. Skaters will provide their own music. There is no restriction on music. Vocal music
is acceptable. The selection must be within the time limitations as specified in this announcement for each
level. A .2 deduction will be assessed if a skater exceeds the allotted time.
Judging: There will be no credit for the difficulty of a jump. Judges will deduct .2 from their base mark for
each illegal move performed. One mark will be given. U. S. Figure Skating officials will judge this event.
Costumes: The costume must be appropriate to the theme of the music and must be acceptable for viewing by a
family audience. The referee's decision will be the final authority on the suitability of a costume. The choice of
a costume that provides inappropriate or the suggestion of inappropriate coverage of the skater's body will result
in a .2 deduction from the base mark.


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Props: Only props that are part of the theme of the music will be allowed. They are to be an integral part of the
program - not scenery. Props, if used, are limited to those the skater can hand-carry or push onto the ice in one
trip of 30 seconds. Prop size should be compatible with the skater's size and weight. The skater may not be
assisted in getting the props onto the ice.


                  Description / Elements                                                                     Duration
 Event                                                                                                       (min:sec)
                                    (MIN – Minimum, MAX – Maximum, REV – Revolutions)
                 Forward & Backward swizzles (double sculling – Skate Canada); 1 foot glide (Right & left   01:10 MAX
 Menehune
                 foot); Forward crossovers in both directions; 1 or 2 foot stop; Bunny hops (3 MAX).
                  All half jumps, two foot spin, one foot upright spin with free leg at knee level. No      01:10 MAX
 Keiki
                  jump/flying spins allowed.
                  All half jumps plus Salchow, toe loop/toe walley. Only forward scratch and back
 Anuenue                                                                                                    01:10 MAX
                  scratch spins. No jump/flying spins allowed.
 Pre-
                  Jumps are to be single or less (NO AXEL). No double jumps or jump/flying spins.           01:40 MAX
 Preliminary
 Preliminary      All single jumps including Axel. No jump/flying spins allowed.                            01:40 MAX

 Pre-Juvenile All single jumps including Axel.                                                              01:40 MAX
 Juvenile/
                  All single jumps including Axel.                                                          02:10 MAX
 Open Juvenile
                  All single jumps including Axel and one double jump, either alone or in
 Intermediate                                                                                               02:10 MAX
                  combination.
                  All single jumps including Axel, and no more than 2 different double jumps, either
 Novice                                                                                                     02:10 MAX
                  alone or in combination.
 Junior           All single and double jumps.                                                              02:40 MAX

 Senior           All single and double jumps.                                                              02:40 MAX

 Adult Pre-       Jumps are to be single or less (NO AXEL). No Lutz, Axel, double jumps or flying
                                                                                                            01:40 MAX
 Bronze           spins are permitted.
 Adult            Jumps are to be single or less (NO AXEL). No Axel, double jumps or flying spins
                                                                                                            01:40 MAX
 Bronze           are permitted.
 Adult Silver     Jumps are to be single or less (NO AXEL). No jump/flying spins allowed.                   01:40 MAX

 Adult Gold       All single jumps including Axel.                                                          01:40 MAX



INTERPRETIVE EVENTS
Interpretive events music is heard 20 minutes prior to warm up and performance. Skaters must report to the
skate monitor 20 minutes prior to the start of the warm-up. Skaters should report ready for competition. Skaters
will not be permitted coach contact. Once all skaters are assembled the group will go and listen to the music
selected. Skaters will hear the music twice in room and once during warm up. After warm up skaters will return
to the room till each skater performs. Skaters are not allowed to watch the other competitors until they have
completed their turn. The Interpretive event does not allow theatrical costumes or garnish make up. Skaters
may not use any props.


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Judging: The program should be an integrated exploration of the music. It should not be merely a collection of
pleasing or spectacular moves with the emphasis being on skating skills. Credit for jumps will be based solely
in their choreographic effectiveness. There will be no credit for the difficulty of a jump. Judges will deduct .2
from their base mark for each illegal move performed. One mark will be given. U. S. Figure Skating officials
will judge this event.

                  Description / Elements                                                                     Duration
 Event                                                                                                       (min:sec)
                                     (MIN – Minimum, MAX – Maximum, REV – Revolutions)
                 Forward & Backward swizzles (double sculling – Skate Canada); 1 foot glide; (Right & left    01:00
 Menehune        foot); Forward crossovers in both directions; 1 or 2 foot stop; Bunny hops (3 MAX).
                  All half jumps, two foot spin, one foot upright spin with free leg at knee level. No        01:00
 Keiki
                  jump/flying spins allowed.
                  All half jumps plus Salchow, toe loop/toe walley. Only forward scratch and back
 Anuenue                                                                                                      01:00
                  scratch spins. No jump/flying spins allowed.
 Pre-
 Preliminary
                  Jumps are to be single or less (NO AXEL). No double jumps or jump/flying spins.             01:30

 Preliminary      All single jumps including Axel. No jump/flying spins allowed.                              01:30

 Pre-Juvenile All single jumps including Axel.                                                                02:00
 Juvenile/
                  All single jumps including Axel.                                                            02:00
 Open Juvenile
 Intermediate All single jumps including Axel and one double jump, either alone or in combination.            02:00

                  All single jumps including Axel, and no more than 2 different double jumps, either
 Novice                                                                                                       02:00
                  alone or in combination.
 Junior           All single and double jumps.                                                                02:00

 Senior           All single and double jumps.                                                                02:00

 Adult Pre-       Jumps are to be single or less (NO AXEL). No Lutz, Axel, double jumps or flying
                                                                                                              01:40
 Bronze           spins are permitted.
 Adult            Jumps are to be single or less (NO AXEL). No Axel, double jumps or flying spins are
                                                                                                              01:40
 Bronze           permitted.
 Adult Silver     Jumps are to be single or less (NO AXEL). No jump/flying spins allowed.                     01:40

 Adult Gold       All single jumps including Axel.                                                            01:40



FREE SKATING EVENTS

For free skating events, a .2 deduction will be assessed for each move performed that is prohibited in the
allowable content.

VOCAL MUSIC is permitted at the Intermediate and lower levels and all Adult events. Times are plus or
minus 10 seconds the stated program duration times. Adult times are maximums.

                                                                                                             Duration
 Event              Description / Elements                                                                   (min:sec)
                                                                                                                    12
                                   (MIN – Minimum, MAX – Maximum, REV – Revolutions)


                  All half jumps, 2 foot spin, 1 foot upright spin with free leg at knee level. No         01:00
Keiki
                  jump/flying spins allowed.
                  All half jumps plus Salchow, toe loop/toe walley. Only forward scratch & back
Anuenue                                                                                                    01:30
                  scratch spins. No jump/flying spins allowed.
                                   All single jumps including Axel. No double jumps or jump/flying
                  Non
                                   spins. Refer to The 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating             01:30
                  Restricted
Pre-Preliminary                    Rulebook rule 3710 and 3711 for requirements.
                                   Jumps are to be single or less, no axel; no double jumps or
                  Restricted                                                                               01:30
                                   jump/flying spins.
                  All single jumps including Axel. No more than 2 different double jumps are
Preliminary       allowed. No triple jumps are allowed. Refer to The 2010/2011 Official U. S.              01:30
                  Figure Skating Rulebook for rule 3700 and 3701 for requirements.
                  All single jumps including Axel. No more than 3 different double jumps are
Pre-Juvenile      allowed. No double axel or triple jumps are allowed. Refer to The 2010/2011              02:00
                  Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook rule 3690 and 3691 for requirements.
Juvenile/     Refer to The 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook rule 3680 and 3681
                                                                                                           02:00
Open Juvenile for requirements. No triple jumps allowed.
                          Refer to The 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook rule 3670          02:00
                  Short
                          and 3671 for requirements.                                                       (MAX)
Intermediate
                          Refer to The 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook rule 3670
                  Long                                                                                     02:30
                          and 3672 for requirements.
                          Refer to The 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook rules 3660,        02:30
                  Short
                          3661 and 3662 for requirements.                                                  (MAX)
                                                                                                     La
Novice                                                                                               die   03:00
                          Refer to The 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook rules        s
                  Long
                          3660 and 3663 for requirements.
                                                                                                     Me
                                                                                                           03:30
                                                                                                     n
                          Refer to The 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook rules              02:50
                  Short
                          3650, 3651 and 3652 for requirements.                                            (MAX)
                                                                                                      L
                                                                                                      a
                                                                                                      d
                                                                                                           03:30
Junior                                                                                                i
                          Refer to The 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook rules         e
                  Long
                          3650 and 3653 for requirements.                                             s
                                                                                                      M
                                                                                                      e    04:00
                                                                                                      n



                                                                                                               13
                       Refer to The 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook rules 3640,     02:50
               Short
                       3641 and 3642 for requirements.                                               (MAX)

                                                                                                 L
                                                                                                 a
                                                                                                 d
                                                                                                     04:00
Senior                                                                                           i
                       Refer to The 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook 3640
               Long                                                                              e
                       and 3643 for requirements.
                                                                                                 s
                                                                                                 M
                                                                                                 e   04:30
                                                                                                 n
               Jumps are to be single or less, no Lutz, Axel, double jumps or flying spins are
Adult Pre-                                                                                           01:40
               permitted. Refer to the 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook rule 3805    MAX
Bronze
               & 3806 for requirements.
               Jumps are to be single or less No Axel, double jumps or flying spins are permitted.
                                                                                                     01:50
Adult Bronze   The 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook rule 3800 and 3801 for           MAX
               requirements.
               All single jumps including Axel, no double jumps or triple jumps are permitted. No
                                                                                                     02:10
Adult Silver   jump/flying spins allowed. Refer to the 2010/2011Official U. S. Figure Skating        MAX
               Rulebook rule 3790 and 3791 for requirements.
               Refer to The 2010/2011 Official U. S. Figure Skating Rulebook rules 3780 and          02:40
Adult Gold     3781 for requirements.                                                                MAX




14. ANNOUNCEMENT CHECKLIST

COMPLETED        FORM TYPE           DELIVERED TO
                 FORM A, B and
                                     Suzanne Miller, 144 Mc Andrew Rd, Wahiawa, HI 96786
                 D

                 FORM C              Desi Duarte, 98-785 Kaonohi St. Apt. C, Aiea, HI 96701-2436



                                                                              END OF ANNOUNCEMENT


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                         Hawaii Figure Skating Club
     Skate Aloha 2011 Program Advertisement
                   Order Form
Name:
Address:                                                                          Phone:
City:                                                       State:                                           Zip:

Personal ads and patron contributions are a great way to wish your friends "Good Luck" and to show your support of the skaters and
the competition, and to advertise your business.

Please check the box below for the size of your advertisement:

                       Back Cover**                             $ 100 7" W x 9 1/2" H
                       Inside Front Cover**                      $ 90 7" W x 9 1/2" H
                       Inside Back Cover**                       $ 70 7" W x 9 1/2" H
                       Full Page                                 $ 60 7" W x 9 1/2" H
                       Three Quarter Page                        $ 55 7" W x 7" H
                       Half Page                                 $ 30 7" W x 4 1/2" H
                       Quarter Page                              $ 15 3 1/2" W x 4 1/2" H
                 ** Email Suzanne Miller before selling one of these to ensure that it is still available.

For the above, please include a camera-ready copy of your advertisement. An additional charge of $10.00 will
be made for copy that is not camera-ready. We will be able to create an advertisement for you if you tell us
what you want to say on a separate sheet of paper.

Your business card is a great way to advertise your business and support an excellent group of young people.
The business card ad is the size of a normal business card. If you would like your business card included in our
program, simply enclose your card. STAPLING YOUR CARD TO THIS FORM MAY RESULT IN A
HOLE OR A MARK ON YOUR BUSINESS CARD!!

                  Business Card Ad             $ 13
                  “Wishes” Ad                  $ 10    Please attach completed form; “wishes ad’s”

                               To Pre-order a program it is $6 dollars, it will be $7 at the competition.

                                      2011 Skate Aloha Program Pre-Order $ 6



                                                                        Make check payable to: HFSC-Skate Aloha
Mail to:     Suzanne Miller                                                                 Ad fee $
             144 Mc Andrew Rd                                               Not-camera-ready fee $
             Wahiawa, HI 96786                                                  Pre-Order Program $
             Kimberlynn_m@msn.com
                                                                                        Total Submitted $
                        Hawaii Figure Skating Club
                                          Wishes Ad’s
                   ________________
                                                                          Here is to you __________
                   “The Difference Between                                for all your achievements!
                   Ordinary And Extraordinary, Is    1 2
                   That Little Extra."               ← →
                                                                          Going beyond and continuing
                                                                          to grow!!
                    Love:____________                                     Love:____________


.             .                                          ______________________ ,
                                                         "Some people dream of
    Way to go!!!!                                    3 4
                                                         success...while others wake up and
Steadfast & Strong!!!                                ← →
                                                         work hard at it."
 Love:____________.                                      Love:____________

                                                                            .                            .
                                                                            Be proud of you own reflection!
                        DARE TO SOAR                                        You have plenty of determination
                                                     5 6
                       DARE TO DREAM                 ← →                    mixed with the right amount of
                      DARE TO BE YOU!!                                      motivation!
                                                                            .                            .
                            .
                It’s not what you                        ______________________ “Most of
                                                     7 8   the shadows of life are caused by
              accomplish it’s what                   ← →   standing in one’s own sunshine.”
                 you overcome!                                  Love:____________
              Love:____________.

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                     Wishes Ad Number to Purchase.

              To Name:

                From Name:
                 Message – (50 Characters max)




                                                                                                             2
 Skate Aloha 2011 Competitors
           Dinner
        Hawaii FSC is sponsoring an Aloha Dinner for all Skate Aloha 2011
              competitors, and their families, coaches, and friends.
NOTE: Use this form only if you are submitting paper entry forms. You may sign up for the
Competitors Dinner when you register online at any time up to March 1, 2011.

The Aloha Dinner is held each year so that all competitors can meet before the competition. For those of you
who have a skating pen pal, you may meet him/her at that time.

The dinner, held in the mezzanine of Ice Palace, is buffet style. For those who are skating on the final practice
session, you will be able to eat after the sessions are done.

                         Date:                      Tuesday, March 8, 2011
                         Time:                       5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.
                         Place:              Ice Palace Skating Arena - Mezzanine
                                                      4510 Salt Lake Blvd
                                                      Honolulu, HI 96818
                         Cost:            $10.00 per person (Children 5 and under free)


  Please print this page, fill out the bottom portion, and return it with your payment (checks made to HFSC -
  Skate Aloha) by March 1, 2011 . You will not receive tickets for the dinner, but will need to check in at the
      registration table upon arrival. If you have any questions, call Suzanne at (808) 888-0143 (or email
                                            kimberlynn_m@msn.com).

                 ----------------------------------- CUT HERE ------------------------------------------

Skate Aloha Competitors Dinner Reply

Skater's Name: _______________________________________________
                (Enter your name if signing up separately from a skater.)


                         # of Persons Attending:                     at $ 10.00
                      # of Children 5 and under:                     at $ 0.00           Free
                          TOTAL ENCLOSED:
Mail to: Skate Aloha Dinner
         144 Mc Andrew Rd.
         Wahiawa, HI 96786

(Make checks payable to HFSC - Skate Aloha. FACE AMOUNT MUST BE IN U.S. DOLLARS.)

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                                       SKATE ALOHA 2011
                                   PRACTICE ICE INFORMATION
Practice Ice will be available on March 8 and on each day of the competition. Skaters competing on a given day will be given priority
if they prepay. You may also check the web site http://www.hawaiifsc.org . Email notifications will be sent to your email address that
has been provided on your entry form. All scheduled practice sessions are subject to change or cancellation, depending on demand for
ice.

Program music will be played on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday practice ice. Music will begin after a five-minute warm-up.
Because of time constraints, program music will not be played during practice ice on the Saturday and Sunday of competition.
Practice ice positions will be held for five minutes, after which they will be released to standby skaters.

                   Practice Fees                                                Amount
                     Pre-paid on or before online close of entries                          $10.00
                     Pre-paid after online close of entries                                 $12.00
                     Walk ons                                                               $15.00
                                             No refunds for no shows!!!

Skaters MUST indicate number of sessions you want on the practice ice form or online when you register and you MUST pay for
them when you register online. You will receive an email with a PIN number in order to access your practice ice records and select
your sessions. Sometime after the online close of entries, a practice ice schedule will be posted online and you may use your PIN to
select the sessions you want. Practice ice will be $10.00 if you pre-order the sessions. Practice ice will be scheduled at the rink starting
on Tuesday, March 8 thru Sunday, March 13, 2011 depending on the competition schedule. We will allow additional practice ice
sales online for $12.00 per session after the schedule has been posted and those that pre-register for sessions have had time to select
their sessions. Additional practice ice will be available for purchase during the competition and will cost $15.00 for walk-on skaters.

NOTE: Practice ice reservations are made during online reservation. The information below
applies only to paper entries which requires a $25.00 manual processing fee
Reservations for all practice ice must be made in advance. This practice ice request form must be filled in and mailed to the Practice
Ice Chairperson. DO NOT mail with your entry form! All requests must be accompanied by a check or money order payable to:
HFSC-Skate Aloha. There will be a $20.00 charge for returned checks.

                    No practice ice will be reserved without payment and reservations will not be taken by phone.

If the requested practice ice cannot be confirmed, money will be refunded at registration for paper entries (to credit card for online
entries). Rescheduled and canceled requests will be accepted up until one week after competition schedule is posted on HFSC web
site. There will NOT be refunds for no-shows.

Practice January 31, 2011. Ice Request forms must be received by
                                                             Send to:
                                                  Desi Duarte
                                         98-785 Kaonohi St. Apt. C
                                             Aiea, HI. 96701-2436
We will confirm practice ice by mail only if you enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope. To check on
your reserved ice times, you may check the HFSC web site at: http://www.hawaiifsc.org or send email to
sk8dad@hawaii.rr.com .

Adult practice ice as follows:
         Pre-Bronze         - on any session that includes Pre-Preliminary
         Bronze             - on any session that includes Preliminary
         Silver             - on any session that includes Juvenile
         Gold               - on any session that includes Intermediate

Revised 1/21/11



                                                                                                                                          4
                                    SKATE ALOHA 2011
                                PRACTICE ICE Request form

NOTE: THIS FORM IS USED ONLY IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER ONLINE.

Please check the requested ice time.
  Requested         Time         Authorized Levels          Requested       Time             Authorized Levels
                      Tuesday March 8, 2011                                     Thursday March 10, 2011
                  5:30 – 6:30 am Preliminary – Senior                     5:30 – 6:30 am     Preliminary – Senior
                  6:30 – 7:15 am Pre-Pre – Intermediate                   6:30 – 7:15 am     Pre-Pre – Senior
                  7:15 – 8:00 am Menehune – Preliminary                   7:15 – 8:00 am     Menehune – Intermediate
                  8:00 – 8:45 am Pre Juv – Senior                         8:00 – 8:45 am     Manehune – Senior
                  2:00 – 3:15 pm Pre Juv – Senior
                  3:15 – 4:00 pm Menehune – Preliminary                      Saturday March 12, 2011
                  4:00 – 4:45 pm Preliminary – Senior       *No music to be played. Early morning time.
                  4:45 – 5:00 pm Ice Cut                              ½ hr TBD am           Anuenue – Pre Juv.
                  5:00 – 5:45 pm Menehune – Preliminary               ½ hr TBD am           Juvenile – Senior
                  5:45 – 6:45 pm Menehune – Pre Pre
                                                                              Sunday March 13, 2011
                    Wednesday March 9, 2011                 *No music to be played. Early morning time.
                  5:30 – 6:15 am Preliminary – Senior                 ½ hr TBD am           Juvenile – Senior
                  6:15 – 7:30 am Pre Juv – Senior                     ½ hr TBD am           Anuenue – Pre Juv.
                  7:30 – 8:15 am Menehune – Pre Juv
                  8:15 – 8:45 am Menehune – Intermediate


Total number of sessions requested:                                      X $10.00 (after 1/31/2011 $12.00) =     $

Skater’s Name:                                                                                       Age:

Skater’s/Guardian’s email address (REQUIRED):

Parent/Guardian Name

Street:                                                                           Phone:

City:                                             State:                                                       Zip:

Competition Level entered:

Events Entered:

Coaches Name:                                                Coach’s email address


Send to:                                          Adult practice ice as follows:
Desi Duarte                                       Pre-Bronze - on any session that includes Pre-Preliminary
98-785 Kaonohi St. Apt. C                         Bronze                  - on any session that includes Preliminary
Aiea, HI. 96701-2436                              Silver                  - on any session that includes Juvenile
                                                  Gold                    - on any session that includes Intermediate

Revised 1/21/11




                                                                                                                        5
   Please register online – see
   www.hawaiifsc.org for link.
   Manual processing fee of $25                 SKATE ALOHA 2011
   required for paper entries.                    entry form
                                                    Page 1
 Name:                                                                                Sex:                 Birth date:
 Address:
 City:                              State:                                   Country:                               Zip:
 Mobile #:                          Work #:                                  USFS #
 Home Club:                                                                         ISI #
 Please indicate Level and date of last test passed:
                              USFSA/Skate Canada                                         ISI

                                                                                         1st Event Entry          Additional Event
                                       Event
                                                                                               Fee                   Entry Fee
 Menehunes, Keiki & Anuenue                                                                   $45.00                $30.00 each

 Pre-Preliminary, Preliminary, Pre-Juvenile, Juvenile, Open Juvenile,
 Intermediate, Novice, Junior, Senior, Adult Pre-Bronze, Adult Bronze,                         $75.00               $30.00 each
 Adult Silver & Adult Gold

 Please make checks payable to HFSC-Skate Aloha.
 All returned check will result in $25.00 fee.
 All entries received after 1/31/2011 will need to include $25.00 late fee.
                                                                                     1st Event:                            $
                                                        Additional Events @ $30.00 x                                       $
                                                                             Manual processing fee:                        $ 25.00
                                                                              Late Fee if Applicable:                      $
                             Payment must be in US Dollars.                                    Total:                      $
 *************************************************************************
 1. How long have you been skating?

 2. Where is the most exciting place that you have ever competed?

 3. What is your favorite jump?

 4. What is your favorite spin?
 5. What is your favorite
 event?

 6. What does skating mean to you?

                   Please include a picture wallet size of yourself information to be used in program at competition.
                                                             Do you think that you will buy a competition T-shirt?
                                                             What size would you need?
                                                             The T-Shirt order forms will be emailed to you to complete. There
                                                             will be limited t-shirt quantities at the competition, all sizes will
                                                             vary.


                                                             Attach a photo of yourself here or draw a picture in the space
                                                             provided.
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                                                                                                                                     6
                                           SKATE ALOHA 2011
                                             entry form
                                           Event selection
                                               Page 2
Skater's Name:                                                                                      .

       COMPULSORY MOVES                       SPIN EVENT                    ARTISTIC           SHORT PROGRAM
  ()    Menehune                      ()   Pre-Preliminary          ()     Anuenue            ()  Intermediate
  ()    Keiki                         ()   Preliminary              ()     Pre-Preliminary    ()  Novice
  ()    Anuenue                       ()   Pre-Juvenile             ()     Preliminary        ()  Junior
  ()    Pre-Preliminary               ()   Juvenile                 ()     Pre-Juvenile       ()  Senior
  ()    Preliminary                   ()   Open Juvenile            ()     Juvenile
  ()    Pre-Juvenile                  ()   Intermediate             ()     Open Juvenile
  ()    Juvenile                      ()   Novice                   ()     Intermediate
  ()    Open Juvenile                 ()   Junior                   ()     Novice
  ()    Adult Pre-Bronze              ()   Senior                   ()     Junior
  ()    Adult Bronze                  ()   Adult Pre-Bronze         ()     Senior
  ()    Adult Silver                  ()   Adult Bronze             ()     Adult Pre-Bronze
  ()    Adult Gold                    ()   Adult Silver             ()     Adult Bronze
                                      ()   Adult Gold               ()     Adult Silver
                                                                    ()     Adult Gold

            FREE SKATE                        SHOWCASE                   INTERPRETIVE
  ()   Keiki                          ()   Menehune                 ()     Menehune
  ()   Anuenue                        ()   Keiki                    ()     Keiki
  ()   Pre-Preliminary                ()   Anuenue                  ()     Anuenue
  ()   Pre-Preliminary (Restricted)   ()   Pre-Preliminary          ()     Pre-Preliminary
  ()   Preliminary                    ()   Preliminary              ()     Preliminary
  ()   Pre-Juvenile                   ()   Pre-Juvenile             ()     Pre-Juvenile
  ()   Juvenile                       ()   Juvenile                 ()     Juvenile
  ()   Open Juvenile                  ()   Open Juvenile            ()     Open Juvenile
  ()   Intermediate                   ()   Intermediate             ()     Intermediate
  ()   Novice                         ()   Novice                   ()     Novice
  ()   Junior                         ()   Junior                   ()     Junior
  ()   Senior                         ()   Senior                   ()     Senior
  ()   Adult Pre-Bronze               ()   Adult Pre-Bronze         ()     Adult Pre-Bronze
  ()   Adult Bronze                   ()   Adult Bronze             ()     Adult Bronze
  ()   Adult Silver                   ()   Adult Silver             ()     Adult Silver
  ()   Adult Gold                     ()   Adult Gold               ()     Adult Gold




                                      COACH'S CERTIFICATION
I have read this entry form and certify that it is complete, that the highest ISI test passed and the highest
USFSA/Skate Canada test passed is correct, and that the skater is eligible to enter the above listed events:

Coach’s Signature                                                 Member #
                                                                    Phone #
         Print Name:                                          Email Address:

               Will you be attending the competition?                      Yes        _____ No ______



                                                                                                                 7
                                       SKATE aLOHA 2011
                                         entry form
                                         certification
                                                   Page 3

                             COMPETITOR / PARENT / GUARDIAN STATEMENT
I understand that this entry must be in the hands of the committee by January 31, 2011. The competition
committee reserves the right to limit the number of entries accepted or to cancel an event due to time
constraints. The undersigned agrees to hold harmless the U.S. Figure Skating Association, the Hawaii Figure
Skating Club, the Ice Palace, and all employees, volunteers and agents from any loss, damage, and/or injury that
may be sustained by the entrant in any manner while participating in any of the activities of said competition. I
also agree that this application contains correct information to the best of my knowledge and that I will accept a
collect phone call if the application is incomplete (if such information is necessary to comply with the rules and
regulations of the USFS and competition committee). I understand that it may be necessary to schedule some
competition events during school hours.



Signature of Entrant                             Signature of Parent if Entrant is under 18                  Date


                                                        Please Print Parent’s Name

***********************************************************************************************************

                                       U. S. Figure Skating/Skate Canada
                                           CLUB CERTIFICATION


I hereby approve this entry for __________________________________________ for the 2011 Skate Aloha
and I certify that she/he is a member of our club, is in good standing with the club and the USFS/Skate Canada
(for amateur standing), and that the highest U. S. Figure Skating/Skate Canada test(s) passed are correct as
listed.



Club Official/Club Test Chair                   Title of Club Official                           Date

Club certification is not required for Menehune, Keiki or Anuenue events.




                                                                                                                 8
                                       SKATE ALOHA 2011
                                         entry form
                                       MEDICAL RELEASE
                                                    Page 4

This form must be completed for all minor competitors Form is optional for adult skaters however it’s
recommended.

Attach the completed form to the competitor's entry form and mail to the Registrar with the entry form. This
form may also be hand delivered to the Registrar during the registration prior to the start of practice ice.


 Name of Competitor                                                 USFS # / Skate Canada # / ISI #

 In case of emergency, I hereby authorize medical treatment for my child, as named above, while attending the
 SKATE ALOHA figure skating competition.


 Parent or Guardian Signature                            Print Parent Name             Date


EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Person to contact: ___________________________________________ Relationship: ____________________

Day Phone Number (_____) ____________________ Night Phone Number (_____) ____________________

DRUG ALLERGIES AND SENSITIVITIES:

List drug allergies and sensitivities. If you have no allergies or sensitivities, write "NONE".



MEDICAL CONDITIONS AND SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:

List any existing medical condition or special needs for care. If you have none, please write "NONE".




PHYSICIAN AND INSURANCE INFORMATION:

 Physician’s Name:                                         Physician’s Office #
                                                           Physician’s Emergency #
 Medical Insurance                                         Policy #

                                Pages 1, 2, 3 and 4 are required for complete entry.
                                       Otherwise Entry is NOT acceptable.
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