The Holiday Season is well underway, the end of another year rapidly approaching!! This month we celebrate the successes of our members and commend you on your hard work preparing for the Holiday Show! We are looking forward to the show and all the time shared on the ice with all of YOU!
Skater of the Month
Emily Nicole Guidry
Level -Basic 5
Hometown- Kaplan, LA
How you got Started- Funny story, my mom and dads date night turned into family night 2 years ago. I fell in love with skating. So my mom found FSCLA.
Hobbies- Skating, Pageants, Drawing, Traveling, Listening to Music, Spending time with my family.
Favorite Element(s)- Spiral
Favorite Skater(s)- Olivia Picou
Goals-To become a successful fashion designer. To win Miss Louisiana Cattle Festival Queen, To have a lot of money.
Holiday Show and Related Events
Dress Rehearsal for the Holiday Show is December 17. Please be at the rink no later than 6:45 am.
Holiday Party December 17 after dress rehearsal.
We look forward to seeing you at the 2022 FSCLA holiday party. This is a fun-time, game playing, and potluck event! Please use this form to RSVP and sign up in advance for your food item.
Holiday Show Sunday December 18 at 3:30 pm.
Please come enjoy an incredible day of fun at the rink, and support your fellow skaters!
We hope to see you all in attendance!!
Next Learn to Skate Session
The next Learn To Skate Session will begin Monday January 9, 2023
The session will span 12 weeks and the last day of the session is Monday April 3, 2023.
The sessions begin promptly at 6 pm and end each night at 7 pm.
For more information or to sign up, use the following link:
In Skating This Month
‘Her eyes would obliterate you’: Bold Isabeau Levito faces skating idol at Grand Prix Final
The highlight of Isabeau Levito’s season so far came at Skate America in October.
It wasn’t the silver medal Levito won there, in her debut on figure skating’s senior Grand Prix circuit.
It was meeting the reigning world champion – and 2022 Skate America winner – Kaori Sakamoto of Japan.
“She is one of my idols,” Levito said of Sakamoto, who is also the 2022 Olympic bronze medalist. “Right before her long program at worlds, you could see she was determined and strong and fierce. Her eyes would obliterate you.
“That look and that fierceness and determination. . .I admire it so much, and I hope to have it someday.”
At only 15, Levito already belies her delicacy of movement on the ice with such powerful determination to reach her aspirations that she gets to meet Sakamoto again this week at the Grand Prix Final in Torino, Italy, where the senior women’s event begins Friday.