CFSC celebrates our graduating Senior, Isabella Silaban!
Isabella began skating at age 9 joining CFSC in 2013. As a long-time club member, Isabella has skated in the Club’s exhibitions, ice shows, and activities, always with a smile and willing to help her fellow skaters. Additionally, she has been a Learn to Skate ice assistant since she was a freshman in high school. She passed her Novice Freeskate and MIF in 2020, and her Junior MIF in 2021. Her goal is to pass her Senior tests by the time she graduates.
Isabella will attend the University of Wisconsin in the fall of 2021, plans on being a biology major and participating in collegiate figure skating.
From the Archives:
U.S. Figure Skating awarded Columbine Figure Skating Club the Prudential Building Block grant in the amount of $15,000. The Building Block grant is awarded annually to a new program or initiative that shares the mission of the Prudential Skating Fund. The program will assist to eliminate barriers and create recreational opportunities for skaters with disabilities.
CFSC partnered with students and parents from Ear Community and local school districts, as well as with qualified ASL interpreters, Apex skating coaches, and volunteer club members, to deliver a valuable learn-to-Skate experience. Our club was granted the highest award from USFSA and Prudential to deliver this program, which culminated with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing skaters performing in our 2018 Ice Show. It was great fun for all involved!