Call for Nominations to the KWSC Board of Directors

  • 2019 Call for Nominations to the Board of Directors

KWSC's success depends critically on a Board of Directors composed of individuals with high integrity who represent a broad range of perspectives, skills, and experience. We have worked closely with Capacity Canada to develop best practices in board governance and board succession planning. If you are interested in serving on our Board of Directors, please contact Alison Sims, Past President and Chair of the Nominations/Elections Committee at for more information on this process.


PA of the Month - Ameilya Shuglo
Ameilya began skating at the age of 2. She became a PA because she loves to help others. She enjoys seeing the younger kids smile and their eyes light up when they have done something hard. "Skating is my favourite thing to do and I love to see others enjoy it as much I she do!"
Ameilya is a grade 5 student at a French immersion school in Stratford and she currently lives in Mitchell. Ameilya's favourite things to do are skating and synchro. In the summer, she enjoys playing fastball, spending time with friends, reading books, and hiking in Algonquin Provincial Park with her family.

Skater of the Month - Julnar Aizouki
Julnar began skating at the age of 5. She is currently skating with coach Victoria, focusing on developing her jumps. Julnar is also a member of the Dynicety Synchro team. "Last season I skated synchro for the first time, and it was a great experience. I would definitely recommend it to other skaters because it helped me see more improvement in my overall skating."
Outside of skating, Julnar enjoys writing, reading, hanging out with friends, and music. Julnar is in Grade 7 and really likes music, language, and gym. She also loves to play the piano and travel.


Kitchener-Waterloo Skating Club is currently accepting applications for the role of Artistic Director for our “STARSkate Stars on Ice” Camp. This camp will be hosted at the Carolyn Fedy Skating Centre in Waterloo from Monday August 26th – Thursday August 29th from 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Resumes can be sent to or dropped off at the KWSC office addressed to Pat teBoekhorst. Application deadline is April 29, 2019.

More information here!

Spring PA Clinic - SUCCESS!

Our JR Development Supervisor, Susie McGrigor hosted a PA Clinic on Saturday, April 6th. We can't wait to see the new songs and warm ups that you have learned to be put in place in our upcoming CanSkate sessions!

If you wish to PA, spots are still open for spring! Visit here to submit your application.

Award Recipients from KWSC!

KWSC is delighted to congratulate the following members who have recently been selected for awards through Skate Ontario and Skate Canada!

Lily and Aidan - recipients of the 2019 Ontario Section CompetitiveSkate Athlete Award. They will be celebrated at the Skate Ontario Strength in Unity event on June 15th, 2019.
They have also been invited to attend the Skate Canada president's reception and awards banquet, which is being held during the 2019 Ice Summit on May 25th, 2019. Lily and Aidan will be representing the competitive athlete award winners from across the country. 

George Han - recipient of the 2019 Volunteer Coach Award . He will be celebrated at the Skate Ontario Strength in Unity event on June 15th, 2019.

Paul Mallet - recipient of the Section Volunteer Excellence Award. He will be celebrated in Ottawa at the 2019 Ice Summit: Skate Canada General Meeting on May 23-25th, 2019. 



Grace began skating at the age of 3. She became a PA because she wanted to inspire young skaters the same way the PAs and coaches who taught her did while she was participating in CanSkate. She loves being greeted by their smiling faces every time she steps on the ice, it lights up her day!
In the limited time she has outside of skating, she enjoys doing many things. She loves hanging out with her friends and spending time with her siblings and family. Grace plays the violin and is an avid Greys Anatomy and Survivor fan! However, Grace says that “none of these things are as fun as skating, which is where I spend the majority of my time.”

In their debut season this team, along with Coach Rebecca Babb have surpassed all expectations. From a bumpy beginning to a provincial championship and an exciting personal best at the national championships. These skaters have come together to improve daily and prove hard work and strong team spirit pays off. These skaters are 14-17 years old and are all members of KWSC. 

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