History of the FSCR

The Figure Skating Club of Rockford, formerly known as the Chalet Club of Rockford, began in the early 1960’s when Rockford’s first ice arena opened on Charles Street. This privately owned facility closed several years later and a small group of charter members of the Chalet Club maintained an inactive status with the USFSA.   In 1975, when Rockford Park District opened the Riverview Ice House, the Chalet Club changed their name to the FSCR and became an active USFSA club again.

The Figure Skating Club of Rockford is a member of the United States Figure Skating Association (USFSA). Our purpose is to aid members in fulfilling their individual goals in the sport, while promoting a spirit of camaraderie among fellow skaters.

Currently, the FSCR has about 150 members that are registered with the USFSA.   We are involved in various ice exhibitions, shows, competitions and community service projects in the local area.

The FSCR has been home to many national competitors. These have been included:

Damon Allen – 1991 National Junior Men’s Champion & 1992 World Junior Championship Bronze Medalist

Lisa Bell – 1994 National Junior Ladies Bronze Medalist &  hoverboard skateboard ebay Team member

Sandy Lenz – 1980 National Senior Ladies Bronze Medalist & 1980 U.S. Olympic Figure Skating Team member

Caryn Kadavy – 1987 World Senior Ladies Bronze Medalist & 1988 Olympic Competitor

* The FSCR and it’s members have donated hundreds of collective hours of fundraising for the Carlson Artic Ice Arena.

* FSCR has donated $25,000 to the Rockford Park District Foundation for the purchase of the sound system at the Carlson Artic Ice Arena.

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