MPFSC Fall 2019 Contract Now Available!

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MPFSC members, below you will find the link to the PDF version of the Fall 2019 Ice Contract which runs for 15 weeks, from September 3rd – December 12th.  Club ice is scheduled on the following days:

  • Sundays: 5:30 – 6:50 pm  (Must have passed Preliminary MIF or higher to participate)
  • Monday — 5 – 6 pm
  • Tuesdays — 5 – 5:50 pm
  • Thursdays — 5 – 6 pm
Please note there will be no ice time available on the following days:
  • Sunday, November 17, 2019 (USFS Testing)
  • Thursday, November 28, 2019 (Thanksgiving)

REMINDER: A signed contract or Drop-In payment is required to be turned in prior to getting on club ice.  Any hours skated that exceed those contracted will be paid at the drop in rate for that night.

You can print the form out at the link below or pick up a copy in the club room.

Ice contract

If this is your first year as a member of MPFSC, please meet with a member of the Board to help you go over the contract prior to filling it out.


For your reference prices for ice are as follows:

Contract Ice Fees:
  • Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays — $15 per hour
  • Sundays — $23 per hour

Club Member Drop In Fees:

  •  Monday, Tuesday or Thursday — $18
  • Sundays — $28

Non Member Drop In Fees:

  • Monday, Tuesday or Thursday — $22
  • Sundays — $32
In order to contract for club ice or club member drop in at the rates listed above, you must be a current Full or Associate Member of MPFSC. Those who are not members will pay the “Non Member” rate.
If you have not yet filled out your Membership Packet for 2019-20 and paid your yearly dues, you will need to do that before filling out your contract. We will have membership forms available at the rink that you can fill out on your first night back or you can download the forms here.

 

If you have any questions, please contact us at MtPleasantFSC@gmail.com.

2 Responses so far.

  1. Tori Blystone says:

    Can you help me locate open ice tome so my exchange daughter can gain access to ice? Is that possible? She has been figure skating since she was 4. She is from Sweden.

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