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KWSC + Bell Let's Talk Day 2023



February 25th, 2023 is Bell Let’s Talk Day. Today, and everyday, Kitchener Waterloo Skating Club will be joining this initiative by taking meaningful action to create positive change. Bell Let’s Talk Day is also an important opportunity for us to focus on mental health and well-being while emphasizing the importance of listening, connecting and reaching out to those we care about.

We are committed to treating our athletes, coaches, staff and families with respect, while fostering a nonjudgmental, warm, and caring environment for all. Our wonderful team of Coaches and staff are trusted and compassionate role models who play an essential part in our skater’s positive development at KWSC. 

Need support? If you or someone you know is struggling with their #MentalHealth, please contact @ConnexOntario, a 24-hour mental health helpline 1-866-531-2600. Or, if support is needed immediately, call 911. You’re not alone. It’s okay to reach out for help! #BellLetsTalk

Together, let’s help end the mental health stigma for our skaters, friends, loved ones, and everyone else around us. #BellLetsTalk 
 

KWSC ICE SHOW 2023: 'IT'S A MUSICAL!'

KWSC is excited to announce Ice Show 2023; 'It's a Musical!' with Artistic Director, Allie Biederman!

Registration is now open! For more information, please visit our event page!

The Rotation Room at Kitchener Waterloo Skating Club

KWSC WELCOMES NEW MEMBERSHIP SERVICES COORDINATOR, AMY SEEGER!

October 13, 2022


KWSC Membership Services Coordinator, Amy Seeger

The Kitchener Waterloo Skating Club is very pleased to announce that Amy Seeger will be joining our office staff as Membership Services Coordinator effective immediately. Amy will be covering this position for Brooke while she is on leave.

We wish Brooke well wishes as she embarks on her next adventure as a new mother!

As the Membership Services Coordinator, Amy is responsible for the overall customer service and communication with skaters and the families of Kitchener Waterloo Skating Club, as well as providing support to staff, coaches and volunteers.

A note from Amy:

I’m very excited to be working with the Kitchener/Waterloo Community and the Skating Club. I already like the positive energy and friendly environment here.

I grew up in Amherstburg, ON which is about 30 minutes outside of Windsor, and currently live in Brantford, ON. I’m a past graduate of St. Clair College Business Administrative Marketing Program. I’m eager to put my skills and years of customer service, administration, marketing, and leadership experience to good use at KWSC. 

Please let me know if I can help support you in any way ~ Amy

aseeger@kwsc.org

Amy’s office hours can be found here:
http://www.kwsc.org/contact

STAR/Competitive Fall Fitness Schedule

KWSC Celebrates National Coaches Week



September 17-25, 2022

National Coaches Week is a weeklong public awareness campaign that encourages people in Canada to say thanks and celebrate the tremendous positive impact coaches have on athletes and their communities. This week puts a spotlight on coaches and gives this integral part of Canadian sport a thanks! With events held across the province and country to celebrate coaching, National Coaches Week provides coaches with the recognition they deserve for the time they devote to ensuring people in Canada live an active, healthy lifestyle. Especially through the challenging times of the pandemic, coaches have had to adapt to protect themselves, their skaters and their families; all while supporting participants from a distance.

During National Coaches Week, I encourage you to say ‘thanks’ to the 40 coaches who are part of the KW Skating Club coaching team. Please take the time to add a note of gratitude to our #ThanksCoach display in the Carolyn Fedy Skating Rink at Manulife Sportsplex, or send a thank-you note to your coach directly. Take a picture of you and your coach, post it online and include #KWSCProud and #ThanksCoach.

Coaches are important role models in the lives of thousands of skaters at the KW Skating Club. This week, we celebrate the tremendous positive impact coaches have on athletes.

Contact:

Debra Brown, Kitchener Waterloo Skating Club, 226-505-9120, dbrown@kwsc.org

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