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The purpose of the Club is to encourage the instruction, practice, enjoyment and advancement of its members in all aspects of skating in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of  Skate Canada.
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The general management of the club shall be vested in an Executive consisting of an Immediate Past President, President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Registrar, 3 members at large and a Coaching Representative.  All of the above, with the exception of the Past President and the Coaching Representative shall be elected every 2 years at an annual general Meeting.
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Individual Membership: Non-skating members who have paid the fees as set by the club and are Associate Members of Skate Canada.  Individual members of legal age shall be entitled to one vote.

Special Membership: Parent or guardian of legally underage Active Members who have paid the fees as set by the Club and are Associate Members of Skate Canada.
Partial Membership:  All eligible skaters who are associate Member or Restricted Member of Skate Canada through another HOME club and have paid a reduced fee set by the Club.

Honorary Membership: The Annual Meeting of members may elect any person an Honorary Member of the Club.  An Honorary Member shall be exempt from club dues (but not Skate Canada dues) and shall not have interests in the assets of the Club.

Restricted Membership: A restricted member is an individual who is a paid employee (of the club, Section, or association), a non-active coach, a performing professional dance partner.  A restricted member is not permitted to hold elected office, may not vote at meetings, is not permitted to compete in competitions, and is not permitted to officiate at tests or competitions.
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Board of Directors
2017/2018 Board of Directors
Position Name E-Mail
President   E-Mail
Past President   E-Mail
Vice President   E-Mail
Secretary   E-Mail
Treasurer   E-Mail
Registrar   E-Mail
Test Chair   E-Mail
Publicity/Fundraising   E-Mail
Canskate/Novice Coordinator   E-Mail
StarSkate/Pre-Junior Coordinator   E-Mail
News Letter   E-Mail
Website   E-Mail
Bingo Coordinator   E-Mail
Members at Large   E-Mail

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Club Coaches

Definition of a Skate Canada Professional Coach
Skate Canada views a coach as being anyone who is fully certified NCCP Level 1 or higher, is a Coaching Member of Skate Canada and holds a valid First Aid certificate (refer to rule 2402). All coaches must be certified through the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP). Skate Canada Professional Coaches must fulfill these qualifications before being allowed to coach in a Skate Canada club or sanctioned skating school.

Program Name E-Mail
Head Coach Debbie Moyle E-Mail
Coach Lori Leclair E-Mail
Coach Janna Hunt E-Mail

Meet our Coaches

Debbie Moyle

I have been coaching for 24 years with the Valley East Skating Club and have a passion for coaching.

I am looking forward to another exciting year, with all of our skaters !!

My qualifications include Standard First Aid CPR/AED Level C, Level 2 Certified , Level 3 Technical Professional Coach with Skate Canada

Powerskate Certified , Canskate/Kidskate Certified .

Lori Leclair

It is my pleasure to be teaching with the Valley East Skating Club for this up coming season. This year is 36 years that I have been coaching figure skating. My passion for this sport has always been to show the fun and love of skating. Over the years, I have worked with many clubs, hockey teams and power skating groups. I have spent many years working with the Greater City of Sudbury and their Outdoor Canskate program. This involved teaching, organizing all of the playgrounds and planning their year end competitions. My qualifications include First Aid/CPR Level 1 Certified, Level 2 Theory, certitfied CanPowering Skating, Canskate/Kidskate/Primary Starskate certified. I am looking forward to amazing skating season with all skaters. I have always believed that it I can make a difference for the skater then I have done my job. Happy Skating.

Janna Hunt

I have been skating for 14 years with the Valley East Skating Club and have a passion for coaching. I began my coaching career as a Program Assistant Coach 8 years ago and since then I have been inspired to make it my goal to become a professional coach. My qualifications include Standard First aid, Emergency First Aid, CPR B and CPR C. I am a Canskate Trained coach and have successfully completed the Primary Starskate in class Couse.


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Board of Directors

Club Coaches

  2011 Valley East Skating Club