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2205 Victoria Ave, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0S4 Phone (306) 780 ...

     2205 Victoria Ave, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0S4

    Phone (306) 780-9245 Fax (306) 780-9242

    Email:sk.skate@sasktel.net Web Site: www.skatecanadasaskatchewan.com

     Greetings from the Chairperson:

On behalf of Skate Canada Saskatchewan, I would Inside: like to thank all delegates and observers who attended

    - Team Leader / Assistant Application the 2008 Skate Canada Annual General Meeting in

    - NCCP Level 1 Technical Phase 1 Application Regina. Thank you to the volunteers for making this - NCCP Level 1 Technical Phase 3 Application event a success. A special thank you to the Organizing Committee: Debbie Rodger (Co-Chairperson), Lynn

    Valgardson (Section Hosted Evening), Jason Whiting (Transportation), Kim Mack (Sponsorship) and

    Danielle Shaw (Volunteers) for their countless hours

    preparing and ensuring the event was a success.

I would like to welcome our major sponsors for the

    2008/2009 skating season: PharmaChoice (Road Show),

    SGI Canada (Sask Skate / Sask Open); SaskEenrgy

    (STARSkate Championships & Grassroots Seminars)

    and SaskTel (Jean Norman Competition). Your

    participation aids us immeasurably in our planning.

    The real beneficiaries are the thousands of Saskatchewan children who are able to participate in programs for lifelong fun, fitness, and personal BMO Skate Canada Western and achievement.

    Eastern Challenges return to

    Be sure to mark your calendars!!! Regina will be host Mississauga for 2009 and 2010 to the 2008 Prairie Skate Competition. Prairie Skate will be held at the Doug Wickenheiser Arena August

    thth8 10, 2008. We are looking for volunteers as well OTTAWA, ON: Skate Canada announced that as donations for skaters’ bags and a silent auction / Mississauga, Ont. will host the 2009 and 2010 raffle table. If you would like to contribute please BMO Skate Canada Western and Eastern contact the Section Office at (306) 780-9245. Challenge events. The Hershey Centre will play

    host to both the 2009 event that will take place

    Dec. 3-7, 2008 and the 2010 event that will take As you may know Saskatoon is hosting the 2009 BMO

    place from Dec. 2-6, 2009. thCanadian Figure Skating Championships January 14 th 18, 2009. If you are interested in becoming a “We are happy to bring the BMO Skate Canada volunteer for this event please contact the Section Western and Eastern Challenge back to the city Office. of Mississauga. The city has welcomed the event and shown everyone involved so much Be sure to take some time to relax and enjoy the summer. hospitality,” said Skate Canada CEO William Before we know it, the 2008/2009 skating season will Thompson. “The Hershey Centre has proven be in full swing. from hosting in previous years that it is an

    excellent venue for holding an event of this Marilyn magnitude and we are looking forward to the next two years.”

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     “BMO Financial Group is proud of its

    partnership with Skate Canada and is pleased to Calgary to host the BMO Skate be the title sponsor of the BMO Skate Canada

    Canada Junior Nationals Western and Eastern Challenge events for a

    thirteenth consecutive year,” says Sandy Bourne, Vice-President, Advertising, Corporate OTTAWA, ON: Skate Canada announced that Sponsorship and Event, BMO Financial Group. Calgary, Alta., will host the 2009 BMO Skate “Our figure skating sponsorship provides BMO Canada Junior Nationals. The event will take with a way to celebrate excellence while place from Feb. 11-14, 2009 at the Max Bell connecting us with communities where our Centre. customers and employees work and live. We're

    “Skate Canada is happy to bring the 2009 BMO looking forward to returning to Mississauga this

    Skate Canada Junior Nationals to Calgary. upcoming skating season.”

    Calgary has always welcomed skating events The city of Mississauga and the Hershey Centre and we look forward to returning for another are no strangers to hosting the event. This will great competition,said Skate Canada CEO mark their fourth time hosting the BMO Skate William Thompson. “This event is important for Canada Western and Eastern Challenge. The athletes and skating fans. It introduces younger city previously hosted the 2005, 2006 and 2008 skaters to competition on a national level and BMO Skate Canada Western and Eastern prepares them for the future and at the same Challenges. time gives Canadians the chance to see the rising talent we have in this country.” “The Hershey Centre, the city of Mississauga

     and SMG Canada are very pleased to announce

    This is the first time that Calgary will host the our continued association with Skate Canada

    BMO Skate Canada Junior Nationals, although and specifically the BMO Eastern and Western

    Calgary is no stranger to welcoming figure Challenge events,” said Mike Hamilton, Hershey

    skating events. Most recently the city hosted the Centre General Manager. “For the next two

    2007 HomeSense STARSkate Championships, years some of the finest up and coming figure

    the 2006 ISU World Figure Skating skaters in the country will call the Hershey

    Championships and the 2000 BMO Canadian Centre home. Since opening in 1998 the

    Championships. Hershey Centre has been home to a number of

    prestigious Skate Canada events and we look

    “BMO Financial Group is proud to support forward to many more in the future and to

    Canada’s future figure skating stars through our continue being one of the premier skating

    title sponsorship of the BMO Skate Canada venues in the country.”

    Junior Nationals over the past thirteen years,”

    said Sandy Bourne, Vice-President, Advertising, Mississauga will host approximately 500 skaters.

    Sponsorships, Corporate Events and Senior and junior skaters will compete to qualify

    Merchandising, BMO Financial Group. “We are for the 2009 BMO Canadian Figure Skating

    looking forward to bringing this important Championships. Pre-novice and novice level

    developmental event to Calgary." skaters competing at this event will aim to earn a

    spot at the 2009 BMO Skate Canada Junior

    Nationals. “Our community is thrilled to be hosting

    this national event in our recently expanded Max

    Bell Arena,” said Kurt Hanson, Director of

    Recreation for The City of Calgary. “Attracting

    high-calibre athletic events such as this to

    Calgary is part of the strategy within our Civic

    Sport Policy. These events are a boost for the local economy as well as our sport community. In turn, we're confident Waskesiu Resorts that Calgarians will make this a (306) 764-7504 Winter memorable event for all the athletes and their (306) 663-5377 Summer coaches and parents.”

    A proud sponsor of the The 2009 BMO Skate Canada Junior Nationals Skaters’ Lottery will bring approximately 250 skaters to the city all of whom will be competing for national titles

    at the juvenile, pre-novice and novice levels in

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    the men’s, women’s, pair and ice dance Championships to Oshawa”, stated Vince Vella, disciplines. Skaters qualify for this event through for Global Spectrum Facility Management in one of the 13 BMO Skate Canada Sectionals or conjunction with Maple Leaf Sports and through the 2009 BMO Skate Canada Western Entertainment at General Motors Centre. “This and Eastern Challenge. is an event which puts the spotlight on world

    class athletes in an elite event. We are pleased

    to work with Skate Canada for the first time at

    General Motors Centre”.

    Competitive teams will compete for national

    titles in the senior, junior, novice and adult

    categories. The top two senior teams will go on

    to represent Canada at the 2009 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships in Zagreb, Croatia, taking place April 2-4, 2009. A proud sponsor of the Skaters’ Lottery The 2009 BMO Skate Canada Synchronized Figure Skating Championships will also provide the opportunity for skaters in the Festival SynchroSkate Program a chance to compete at

    a national level competition. Festival teams will Synchronized Skating Teams will vie compete in the festival open, festival novice,

    festival junior and festival adult categories. for the 2009 National Titles in

    Oshawa

OTTAWA, ON: Skate Canada announced that

    Oshawa, Ont., will be the host for the 2009 BMO

    Synchronized Skating Championships. The event will run from Feb. 26 March 1, 2009 at The Weber BBQ Shop the General Motors Centre. 1905 Quebec Street, Saskatoon (306) 665-0800 “We are very excited to bring the 2009 BMO Synchronized Skating Championships to A proud sponsor of the Oshawa,” said Skate Canada CEO William Skaters’ Lottery Thompson. “Synchronized skating is a unique discipline of our sport that requires precision teamwork at great speed. This will give the

    Skate Canada to recognize inhabitants of the Greater Toronto Area the

    chance to experience the vitality and energy of a outstanding volunteers, coaches, team sport that can rock the building with officials and athletes at Annual excitement.” Achievement Awards Gala “BMO Financial Group is proud of its partnership with Skate Canada and is pleased to be the title (May 30, 2008 - Ottawa, ON) - Skate Canada sponsor of the BMO Skate Canada volunteers, coaches, officials and athletes will be Synchronized Championships for a thirteenth recognized for their ongoing contribution to consecutive year,” said Sandy Bourne, Vice-figure skating at the 2008 Skate Canada President, Advertising, Sponsorships, Corporate Achievement Awards Gala and Banquet, which Events and Merchandising, BMO Financial will take place tonight, Friday May 30, at the Group. “Our support of synchronized skating in Delta hotel in Regina. Canada fosters a spirit of involvement and a passion for skating in the communities we Thirteen outstanding volunteers from each of the serve." Skate Canada Sections will be presented with the Skate Canada Volunteer Award of The 2009 BMO Synchronized Skating Excellence. These individuals’ efforts have Championships will bring approximately 1,400 produced specific, positive results both within skaters from across the country to Oshawa. and outside of his or her respective section. “We are absolutely ecstatic to welcome the BMO This year’s recipients are: Skate Canada Synchronized Skating

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    Canadian Women’s Bronze Medalist Cynthia ? Bev Viger - Abbotsford Skating Club

    Phaneuf. (Skate Canada - BC/Yukon)

     ? Sharon Dingle - Glencoe Club (Skate

    Canada - AB/NWT/Nunavut)

    ? G. Marnett Duthie - Cabri Skating Club

    (Skate Canada Saskatchewan)

    ? Roger Langlais - Skate Winnipeg (Skate

    Canada Manitoba)

    ? Ted Dodman - Thorold Figure Skating

    Club (Skate Canada - Western Ontario)

    ? Forrest Notwell - Terrace Bay Figure

    Skating Club (Skate Canada - Northern

    Ontario)

    ? Janet Faustino - Mariposa Winter Club

    (Skate Canada - Central Ontario)

    ? Christine Furze - Quinte Figure Skating

    Club (Skate Canada - Eastern Ontario) The Skate Canada Officials Award of Excellence ? Madeleine Dumont - CPA La Pocatière goes to Doug Steele, of North Battleford, Sask. (Fédération de patinage artistique du Steele has been involved in skating for 48 years. Québec) A former Skate Canada president, he is an ? Gilda MacAdams - Oromocto Skating International Skating Union Referee for Club (Skate Canada New Brunswick) Synchronized Skating. He officiated at ? Vance Hazelton - Digby & Area Skating numerous events this season, including the Club (Skate Canada Nova Scotia) 2008 BMO Skate Canada Synchronized Skating ? Barb Mayhew - Kensington Area Figure Championships and 2008 Prague Cup Skating Club (Skate Canada Prince International Synchronized Skating Competition. Edward Island) He has been involved in every aspect of figure ? Tim Crosbie - St. John's Figure Skating skating as a skater, coach, judge and Club (Skate Canada administrator. Newfoundland/Labrador Winner of the Skate Canada Elizabeth Swan

    Memorial Award that recognizes an individual for

    their contribution to all levels of synchronized

    skating, is Hélène Gagnon, of Laval-des-

    Rapides, Qué. Gagnon has been involved in

    synchronized skating for 15 years. She is the

    chair of the Synchronized Skating Committee

    and has traveled the country promoting this

    aspect of the sport, while holding workshops to

    the skating community. Gagnon also served as

    team manager at the 2008 ISU World

    Synchronized Skating Championships where

    she assisted Team Canada 1 and Team Canada

    2 to third and sixth-place finishes respectively.

     The youngest award winner is the 2008 BMO Annie Barabé, who coaches 2008 World Bronze CanSkater of the Year, Emma Nieuwesteeg. Pair Medalists Jessica Dubé and Bryce Davison, Six-year-old Nieuwesteeg, of Fernie, B.C., will be presented with the Skate Canada achieved stage 6 in the CanSkate system. Competitive Coach Award of Excellence. Nieuwesteeg skates at the Fernie Skating Club. Barabé, of Sorel-Tracy, Qué., is a level 3 NCCP She is also a member of the Fernie Alpine Ski coach, and has been coaching for 18 years. This Team (FAST) in the ski racing program and won season, Barabé coached Dubé and Davison to a the silver medal at last season’s FAST gold medal at Skate America, silver at Championship Race. HomeSense Skate Canada International, and bronze at NHK Trophy in addition to the bronze

    medal at the World Championships in Sweden in

    March. She also coached 2008 Canadian

    Bronze Men’s Medalist Shawn Sawyer and 2008

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    (306) 569-8220

    A proud sponsor of the

    Skaters’ Lottery

     support, respect between skaters and celebrate in the successes of others. Representing the 13 Skate Canada STARSkate Athlete Award winners is Kelsey Anderson, 18,

    Skate Canada celebrates success of Hudson Bay, Sask. Anderson has passed her

    three Gold Dances, Junior Bronze Free Skate, Senior Silver Skating Skills and Silver OTTAWA, ON: (June 5, 2008) More than 220 Interpretive tests. She skates at the Hudson Bay figure skating delegates met in Regina, Skating Club and has been a Program Assistant Sask. May 28 -31, to celebrate the season's for six years. She is currently working on her competitive and corporate successes and set Level 1 National Coaching Certification Program new goals at Skate Canada 's Annual (NCCP).The STARSkate Athlete Award is Convention and General Meeting. presented by HomeSense.

    “We have had a very successful season on the

    ice with three medals at the ISU World

    Championships, one medal at the ISU Junior

    World Championships and a world medal in

    synchronized skating,” said William Thompson,

    Chief Executive Officer. “On the corporate side we have had added four new sponsors this year

    and research has shown us that we are the

    number 1 sport in the female 35 years plus

    market in Canada. All these factors indicate that

    we are on the right track and have a bright

    future.”

    A National Coaches’ Conference held in

    conjunction with the ACGM was attended by more than 120 coaches. The conference Also attending the awards banquet is Tisdale, featured high profile guests and speakers Sask’s Jocelyn LeBlanc. LeBlanc, 11, will including professional coaches Doug Leigh who represent the 11 Skate Canada Competitive is the first coach in Canada to achieve Level 5 Skate Athlete Award recipients. LeBlanc NCCP Coaching credentials, Lee Barkell, coach competed in the 2008 BMO Skate Canada of current world champion Jeff Buttle, national thJunior Nationals where she placed 12 in the team coach Joanne McLeod, motivational juvenile women’s event. She finished first at the speaker and coach Frank Dick and renowned 2008 BMO Skate Canada Saskatchewan coach/choreographer Sandra Bezic. Sectionals. She is a Program Assistant at her club, Skate Tisdale. Olympic Champions Jamie Sale and David Pelletier were featured guests in the Theatre of Marci Elliott is this year’s recipient of the Skate Champions at the convention opening and took Canada Club and Recreation Coach Award of part in a question and answer session with the Excellence. Elliott, of Belleville, Ont., is a level 3 delegates who were thrilled to have the NCCP coach and has been coaching for 18 opportunity to see their heroes up close. years. She coaches CanSkaters, STARSkaters, and competitive skaters at the Frankford Figure At the 2008 Skate Canada Achievement Awards Skating Club. She has introduced tools and Gala volunteers, officials, coaches and athletes training programs to foster sportsmanship, peer were recognized for their outstanding

    contributions to Skate Canada throughout the

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    past year. The gala was hosted by two-time Olympic Silver Medalist Brian Orser and Olympic and World Bronze Medalist in ice dance Making Dreams Possible online Tracy Wilson. applications are now available

    The Billie Mitchell Award, which is named after

    the first female president of Skate Canada and The Coaching Association of Canada is pleased is presented each year to a member of the to announce that the General Motors Making Skate Canada Board of Directors for outstanding Dreams Possible club coaching grant and high contribution, was presented to Wayne performance coach grant applications are now Sutherland, from Newfoundland/Labrador for his back online. ongoing work as a committee chair and security advisor at championships. Dedicated to supporting athletes at all levels through coaching excellence, General Motors’

    Making Dreams Possible Program provides one Workshops were held throughout the day on

    Friday, May 30 and delegates were able to get hundred $2,000 club coaching grants and ten first hand information on topics of interest $10,000 high performance coach grants to including the minimum standards essential community sport clubs and high performance to ensure that Skate Canada clubs deliver the coaches nationwide on an annual basis. best learn-to-skate programs in Canada and an update regarding the Long-Term Athlete In just its second year, this program has already Development (LTAD) model for figure skating. impacted over 9,000 coaches and nearly

     110,000 athletes in 171 communities across the In the association elections, Debbie MacMurdo country. of Charlottetown, PEI, was acclaimed as Vice President of Skate Canada for an additional two-This fall, another 50+ $2,000 grants will be year term. MacMurdo has served a Vice awarded to community sport clubs across the President since 2002 and her new term will run country for coach training and development. The

    application deadline is September 26, 2008. until 2010.

    High performance coach grants will be awarded again in February 2009. Four long serving volunteers were acclaimed as Directors for a two-year term running 2008-Apply now and make dreams possible in your 2010. Former competitor and international level community visit The Drive is on or Making judge Leanna Caron has more than 17 years of Dreams Possible. international marketing and business

    management experience, Hélène Gagnon an

    international sales representative in power 2008/2009 Skaters’ Lottery transmission from Laval,Quebec brings 20 years

    of dedication to the sport with special interest in the area of synchronized skating, Jo-Anne The planning for the 2008/2009 Skaters’ Lottery Phelps a special programs teacher from Toronto has begun. If your clubs wishes to participate in has been involved in skating for 30 years and the Skaters’ Lottery program, please pre-order thSteve Scherrer a marketing and business your ticket books by June 30.

    development professional from Waterloo, Ont who has been on the Skate Canada Board of $33,493 was paid back to participating clubs. Directors since 2001.

     Skate Canada Saskatchewan arranges for all

    prizes, applies for the lottery license, prints the

    tickets and does the advertising. The only cost

    to clubs is the shipping of tickets out and back to

    the office.

     If you have any questions, please contact the

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    A proud sponsor of the June 2008 Skaters’ Lottery 6

    Michael Howard

    613-235-5000, ext. 9-2375

    coachinginternship@coach.ca

    The Coaching Association of Canada is a not-

    for-profit amateur sport organization with the

    mandate to improve the effectiveness of Chico’s Meat ‘N Place

    coaching across all sports and at all levels of the (306) 937-3313 sport system. A proud sponsor of the For more information, please contact: 2007/2008 Skaters’ Lottery Michael Howard Coaching Association of Canada 141 Laurier Avenue West, Suite 300, Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5J3

    Tel.: 613-235-5000, ext. 9-2375 CAC Accepting Applications for

    Fax: 613-235-9500 Coaching Internship Program coachinginternship@coach.ca

OTTAWA, Ontario - Service Canada is providing

    financial assistance for this project through the

    Government of Canada's Career Focus program,

    which offers financial support to employers and organizations to provide post-secondary Prince Albert, SaskatoonMidtown Plaza, graduate youth with career-related work Saskatoon Home Store, experience in their field of study. ReginaCornwall Centre, Regina Home Store and Moose Jaw. Through this project, the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) is offering subsidies of A proud sponsor of the $12,000 to enable sport organizations to hire Skaters’ Lottery young professionals for coaching positions leading to permanent full-time employment. The deadline for applications is July 4, 2008, for

    positions starting August 1, 2008. Regional Fall Skate-Ins To participate in Career Focus, participants must This year Skate Canada Saskatchewan is taking the be: idea of Club Development out to the Regions and

    combining it with the Fall Regional Meeting. The

    ? Canadian citizens, permanent residents, Regional Fall Skate-Ins will have something for

    everyone. or persons on whom refugee status has

     been conferred; thSeptember 27 Melfort ? between 15 and 30 years of age ? Region 7, 11 & 12 (inclusive) at the time of intake/selection; ? post-secondary graduates; thSeptember 28 Swift Current ? out of school; ? Region 2, 3 & 10 ? unemployed; thOctober 4? legally entitled to work according to the Fort Qu’Appelle

    ? Region 1, 4, 5 & 6 relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations; TBA North Battleford / Saskatoon ? not previous participants of a Career ? Region 8, 9 & 13 Focus project; and ? not in receipt of Employment Insurance Please watch the July / August mailings for more (EI) benefits. information.

    For more information about the Coaching

    Internship Program, visit our website at

    http://coach.ca/eng/grants/internships.cfm or

    contact:

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     would be beneficial. To that end, we will

    distribute a communication piece to clarify the Synchronized Skating Technical misconceptions and explain some of the other Workshop changes that may be considered in future, as

     well as put forth a more detailed and tailored Attention all clubs with or interested in forming a survey. These documents will be available Synchronized Skating Team all coaches and online in mid-summer and we will send an team managers / executive are urged to attend invitation to all at that time to once again provide this technical workshop. input. We will then compile the results which will

     assist the Skating Program Committee in their thSaturday, August 30, 2008 deliberations on future directions for ice dance

    10:00 AM 4:00 PM partnering.

    Doug Wickenheiser Arena

    Regina, SK Again many thanks and best regards,

    Donna King Elizabeth MacKay This workshop will include any rule changes for Skate Canada Skating Programs Committee Chair the 2008/2009 skating season. There will be an Senior Skating on-ice session for coaches, so remember to Programs Manager bring your skates. All registered clubs will receive more information 2008/2009 Compulsory Dance Draw via Canada Post.

     For more information contact Debbie at (306) The 2008/2009 Compulsory Dance Draw has 584-0017 or email kdrodg@sasktel.net. been posted on the Members Only website under 2008/2009 Pre-event technical package.

    Inserted in becoming a Team Leader

    or Assistant?

    Skate Canada Saskatchewan is accepting

    applications for interested individuals to join the

    poll of potential Team Leaders and Assistant candidates for: A proud sponsor of the ? BMO Skate Canada Western Challenge Skaters’ Lottery ? BMO Skate Canada Junior Nationals ? BMO Canadian Figure Skating Championships ? HomeSense National STARSkate Optional Dance Partnering Issue Championships

     Selected individuals will travel as part of the The Skating Programs Committee wishes to Skate Canada Saskatchewan Team and will thank all coaches, officials and other interested be directly responsible to the Skater parties who took the time to give us their Development Committee. thoughts and opinions on the questions we raised regarding the consideration of optional The position is open to Skate Canada Coaches dance partnering for STARSkate tests. (as per competition certification), officials, Feedback received indicates a clear divergence members and former skaters who are over the of opinion therefore no changes will be made at age of 21. Selected individuals must be able to this time. attend all days of the competition. If you are interested in adding your name to the We have made note of some misconceptions list of potential candidates, please fill in the and confusion around the question as well as on attached application and criminal record current procedures for dance tests, and (registered Skate Canada Professional therefore have determined that further

    explanation and a more scientific approach

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Coaching Members do not need to submit a criminal record check) and mail to: Reminders

    Skate Canada Saskatchewan

    2205 Victoria Ave ? Don’t forget to change the club

    Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0S4 mailing address with both

     Skate Canada and Skate

    Fax (306) 780-9242 Canada Saskatchewan.

     Mail continues throughout the

    summer 2008 Prairie Skate

    ? Be sure to check the web site www.skatecanadasaskatchewan.com) for ththAugust 8 10, 2008 upcoming NCCP Courses, Seminars and Doug Wickenheiser Arena other news. Regina, SK

    ? Be sure to check the Skate Canada

    Members Only Login for information for the Competition announcement can be found online

    upcoming skating season. at www.skatecanadasaskatchewan.com under

    Events and Competitions.

    Office Closure Coming Soon!!!

Please note the Skate Canada Saskatchewan ? Regional Fall Skate In Registration Office in Regina will be closed the following

    dates (subject to change): ? 2009 BMO Skate Canada Sectional Announcement ? Skaters, Officials and Coaches Weekend th? June 30 - EDO Registration st? July 1 Canada Day th? 2008/2009 Post Secondary Grant Application ? July 11 Holiday th? July 14 Holiday ? SaskEnergy Grassroots Seminars Application stst? July 21 31 Holidays (tentative) st? August 1 - Holiday th? August 4 Civic Holiday th ? August 15 - EDO st? Sept 1 Labour Day

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    Calendar of Events

    Subject to Changes

     thth Aug. 8 10 Prairie Skate Regina thAug 30 Synchronized Skating Technical Workshop Regina thstAug. 30 Sept 1 NCCP Level 1 Technical Phase 3 Saskatoon ththSept 5 7 NCCP Level 1 Technical Phase 1 Regina thSept 12 Skater Development Committee Meeting Saskatoon thSept 13 Section Board of Directors’ Meeting Saskatoon thSept 27 Regional Fall Skate In Melfort thSept 28 Regional Fall Skate In Swift Current thOct 4 Regional Fall Skate In Fort Qu’Appelle ththOct 10 12 SGI Canada Sask Skate Saskatoon ththOct 10 12 SGI Canada Sask Open Saskatoon ththOct 18 19 Skaters, Officials and Coaches Weekend Humboldt ththOct 24 25 Section Board of Directors Regina thndOct 30 Nov 2 HomeSense Skate Canada Invitational Ottawa ththNov 14 16 BMO Skate Canada Sectionals Saskatoon rdthDec 3 7 BMO Skate Canada Western Challenge Mississauga ththJan 9 10 Section Board of Directors Meeting Saskatoon ththJan 14 18 BMO Canadian Figure Skating Championships Saskatoon ndthFeb 2 8 ISU Four Continents Championships Vancouver ththFeb 6 8 SaskEnergy STARSkate Championships Weyburn ththFeb 11 14 BMO Skate Canada Junior Nationals Ottawa thstFeb 26 Mar 1 BMO Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Champ. Oshawa thstFeb 27 Mar 1 SaskTel Jean Norman Competition Kindersley

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