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Annual General Meeting Notice

Attention Members:

The Chatham Skating Club Annual General Meeting will take place virtually on Tuesday, June 29, 2021 at 6:30 pm. 

All members are invited to attend this important meeting which is held strictly to conduct the required AGM business. This will include elections for the Board of Directors and the presentation and adoption of the new Bylaws.

Please save the date and time and plan to attend. A link to the AGM on Zoom will be sent to all members prior to the June 29 meeting.


Annual General Meeting Documents

The following links to documents include annual reports, nominations for the incoming board of directors, by-law amendments and other general information related to the business of the Chatham Skating Club and reportable to members.



2021 Award Ceremony Marks End of Season


It was great to see everyone who joined us online for the 2021 Award Ceremony! A big thank you to Charron Transport for their generous support of the Chatham Skating Club once again. 

Thank you to everyone for your support throughout this season. We have worked very hard to keep your skaters on the ice as much as possible. 

Stay Safe Everyone.

The Chatham Skating Club Board of Directors



Skating News

Congratulations to CSC Competitive Skaters Teya Meredith (Star 6) and Addisyn Veccia (Star 7) who both won silver medals              in Skate Ontario's Stratford December Classic! 

Josh Andari (a Chatham Skating Club member and coach)and his partner Olivia Oliver  received personal best scores and won the 2021 Polish Junior Ice Dance competition. Because of  COVID-19, they participated virtually. 
If you would like to see their award-winning skates please click on the links. Congratulations Josh and Olivia!

2021 Polish Nationals   Junior Rhythm Dance

2021 Polish Nationals  Junior Free Dance


member Account Set-up


COVID-19 Steps 

The Chatham Skating Club is utilizing a number of COVID-19 safety protocols for the season. 

To view the plan, click on this button.

COVID-19 Plan

This video from Skate Canada illustrates ways in which skating clubs are implementing COVID-19 safety protocols.





The Chatham Skating Club is continuing to develop plans for a return to skating, in conjunction with the municipality of Chatham-Kent and the Medical Officer of Health, along with guidance from Skate Ontario and Skate Canada.

Skate Ontario's Plan

Skate Ontario's Protocol

Skate Canada's FAQ's


New Registration Process

This year, an online registration process will be in place for Chatham Skating Club families.

A number of payment alternatives are possible with this new approach.

See the instructions above for opening a member account to register for the season.


Key Policies for Parents

A number of key policies are in place to support the safe participation of all skaters.  These include policies related to COVID-19 and Rowan's Law - concussion protocol.

When registering a skater, parents will need to review the expectations and check a box for each policy to indicate their awareness.

Cheryl Ross

CSC President

President's Message


On behalf of the Chatham Skating Club Board of Directors and Coaches, I'd like to extend a warm welcome to our new and returning skaters for a fun 2020 - 2021 season!

Program Overview


Pre-CanSkate Program

For our youngest and newest skaters to learn basic skills as a foundation to build on.

The Pre-CanSkate program is for children 3 - 5 years of age. Classes are 30 minutes in length.

CanSkate Program

Strengthening essential skills, while developing co-ordination, agility, and other elements key to being a strong skater.

The CanSkate program is for children 5 years and older.  Classes are 60 minutes in length.

STARSkate Program

For our CanSkate graduates who want to enhance their skating skills in artistic ways as they progress through levels of development or embrace the challenges of skating competition.


Adult Skate Program

For adult skaters who are new to the sport, or have skated, but are looking to strengthen their skills and grow their enjoyment of the sport.

Exciting news – CanSkate now even better!

Skate Canada has developed a new CanSkate program based on Sport Canada’s long-term athlete development (LTAD) principles. Exciting new features include a fresh new look, new awards, great tools for coaches and most importantly a tested and proven new curriculum and delivery methods that guarantee skater success in developing stronger basic skills and developing them faster.

But there’s more! The new program also includes specific skills that pertain to hockey, ringette, speed skating and figure skating. The result is a dynamic new program that prepares all skaters for virtually every ice sport.

Skate Canada is also proud to have all its programs taught by professional coaches who are specially trained and certified through the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP).


      Click on this link for details about each of the programs offered:  Programs                   

      Click on this link to meet our coaches:  Coaches

No Skating Days


Skating will not be held on the following days this year:

Monday, October 12, 2020 - Thanksgiving

Friday, December 25, 2020 - Christmas

Saturday, December 26, 2020 - Boxing Day

Friday, January 1, 2021 - New Year's Day

Monday, February 15, 2021 - Family Day

There may be a need to cancel certain weekend dates if hockey tournaments are added to the arena schedule.  We will notify families if this occurs.


Volunteers are the heart of the Chatham Skating Club.  Whether it's taking tickets or helping to decorate for a special event, welcoming families at the CanSkate table, or serving as a member of the Board of Directors, the efforts of one-time volunteers and many-time volunteers combine to make things happen in the best ways possible for all of our skaters. Families of StarSkaters, who pay an annual $75.00 activity fee, will be interested in knowing that this amount can be reduced through volunteer hours. (For the 2020-2021 skating season, the $75.00 activity fee is being waived.)

One area of specialty for volunteers is that of the Program Assistant. Program Assistants are experienced skaters who provide help to younger skaters in the Pre-CanSkate and CanSkate programs. If you have an experienced skater in your family who would like to be a Program Assistant, click the link below for more information.

If you would like more information about how you can be a part of creating enjoyment and success for everyone, we invite you to email the club (, speak with a board member,  or check in at the CanSkate table when you are able.  Your involvement will make a difference.

Program assistant info


Booster Club

Parents are welcome and encouraged to join the Booster Club.  The Booster club provides an opportunity for parents to help subsidize a portion of their child’s skating costs by way of Skater Bursaries.  Members work bingos and participate in fundraising activities.   The funds raised through these activities are shared between the Chatham Skating club and the Booster Club members by way of Skater Bursaries.  If you would like to join or more information please contact Karen Andari at

Thank you to Riverview Gaming Center for supporting Chatham Skating Club skaters.



Private Instruction for Skaters

There are many benefits available to skaters through private skating instruction as offered by certified Skate Canada professional coaches.  If you are considering private instruction for your skater, there is additional information available through the link below.

Learn More link